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Main components include: Boost institutional capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their institutional capacity to exchange knowledge and raise awareness of the importance of forest-related data to respond to the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF). Increase technical capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their technical capacity on data collection, analysis and dissemination of forest-related data to respond to the ETF. Share knowledge Sharing knowledge and improving coordination to respond to the ETF.     (...) In addition, free flow and sharing of knowledge and information will be promoted through the already existing knowledge networks, including CBIT and Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI).
Language:English
Score: 907422.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...g-transparency-forest-data/ru/
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Main components include: Boost institutional capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their institutional capacity to exchange knowledge and raise awareness of the importance of forest-related data to respond to the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF). Increase technical capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their technical capacity on data collection, analysis and dissemination of forest-related data to respond to the ETF. Share knowledge Sharing knowledge and improving coordination to respond to the ETF.     (...) In addition, free flow and sharing of knowledge and information will be promoted through the already existing knowledge networks, including CBIT and Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI).
Language:English
Score: 907422.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...sting-transparency-forest-data
Data Source: un
Main components include: Boost institutional capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their institutional capacity to exchange knowledge and raise awareness of the importance of forest-related data to respond to the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF). Increase technical capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their technical capacity on data collection, analysis and dissemination of forest-related data to respond to the ETF. Share knowledge Sharing knowledge and improving coordination to respond to the ETF.     (...) In addition, free flow and sharing of knowledge and information will be promoted through the already existing knowledge networks, including CBIT and Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI).
Language:English
Score: 907422.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...g-transparency-forest-data/es/
Data Source: un
Main components include: Boost institutional capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their institutional capacity to exchange knowledge and raise awareness of the importance of forest-related data to respond to the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF). Increase technical capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their technical capacity on data collection, analysis and dissemination of forest-related data to respond to the ETF. Share knowledge Sharing knowledge and improving coordination to respond to the ETF.     (...) In addition, free flow and sharing of knowledge and information will be promoted through the already existing knowledge networks, including CBIT and Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI).
Language:English
Score: 907422.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...g-transparency-forest-data/fr/
Data Source: un
Main components include: Boost institutional capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their institutional capacity to exchange knowledge and raise awareness of the importance of forest-related data to respond to the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF). Increase technical capacity Supporting developing countries to strengthen their technical capacity on data collection, analysis and dissemination of forest-related data to respond to the ETF. Share knowledge Sharing knowledge and improving coordination to respond to the ETF.     (...) In addition, free flow and sharing of knowledge and information will be promoted through the already existing knowledge networks, including CBIT and Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI).
Language:English
Score: 907422.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...g-transparency-forest-data/zh/
Data Source: un
The Forest Declaration recently adopted at the XV World Forestry Congress in Seoul, encourages wide uptake of technologies and mechanisms for the provision and equitable access of accurate information on forests, as such knowledge enables evidence-based decision-making and drives positive forest and landscape changes. (...) Below you can find a summary of the experiences and knowledge acquired throughout the implementation of the CBIT-forest project. (...) Some of the CBIT-forest training products include: •   Massive open online course “Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement” •   eLearning courses •   NFI eLearning modules •   The national forest monitoring system (NFMS) assessment tool •   Global webinars •   Case studies on forests and transparency Actions are needed to pave the way to open and transparent forest data, such as: •    Enhancing quality, timeliness, accessibility and usability of global forest-related data in support of the transparency requirements of the Paris Agreement; •    Developing capacities to work towards open and transparent data in pilot countries and at the global level through innovative global composite learning programmes combining virtual and in-person training; •    Sharing knowledge as the international momentum builds surrounding forests and transparency; and •    Cementing networks regionally and with new partners, such as academia, to ensure sustainability and transparency of forest reporting (read this story on 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries working together to harmonize National Forest Inventories).
Language:English
Score: 898549.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...data/news/detail/es/c/1559909/
Data Source: un
The Forest Declaration recently adopted at the XV World Forestry Congress in Seoul, encourages wide uptake of technologies and mechanisms for the provision and equitable access of accurate information on forests, as such knowledge enables evidence-based decision-making and drives positive forest and landscape changes. (...) Below you can find a summary of the experiences and knowledge acquired throughout the implementation of the CBIT-forest project. (...) Some of the CBIT-forest training products include: •   Massive open online course “Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement” •   eLearning courses •   NFI eLearning modules •   The national forest monitoring system (NFMS) assessment tool •   Global webinars •   Case studies on forests and transparency Actions are needed to pave the way to open and transparent forest data, such as: •    Enhancing quality, timeliness, accessibility and usability of global forest-related data in support of the transparency requirements of the Paris Agreement; •    Developing capacities to work towards open and transparent data in pilot countries and at the global level through innovative global composite learning programmes combining virtual and in-person training; •    Sharing knowledge as the international momentum builds surrounding forests and transparency; and •    Cementing networks regionally and with new partners, such as academia, to ensure sustainability and transparency of forest reporting (read this story on 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries working together to harmonize National Forest Inventories).
Language:English
Score: 898549.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...data/news/detail/fr/c/1559909/
Data Source: un
The Forest Declaration recently adopted at the XV World Forestry Congress in Seoul, encourages wide uptake of technologies and mechanisms for the provision and equitable access of accurate information on forests, as such knowledge enables evidence-based decision-making and drives positive forest and landscape changes. (...) Below you can find a summary of the experiences and knowledge acquired throughout the implementation of the CBIT-forest project. (...) Some of the CBIT-forest training products include: •   Massive open online course “Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement” •   eLearning courses •   NFI eLearning modules •   The national forest monitoring system (NFMS) assessment tool •   Global webinars •   Case studies on forests and transparency Actions are needed to pave the way to open and transparent forest data, such as: •    Enhancing quality, timeliness, accessibility and usability of global forest-related data in support of the transparency requirements of the Paris Agreement; •    Developing capacities to work towards open and transparent data in pilot countries and at the global level through innovative global composite learning programmes combining virtual and in-person training; •    Sharing knowledge as the international momentum builds surrounding forests and transparency; and •    Cementing networks regionally and with new partners, such as academia, to ensure sustainability and transparency of forest reporting (read this story on 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries working together to harmonize National Forest Inventories).
Language:English
Score: 898549.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...data/news/detail/zh/c/1559909/
Data Source: un
The Forest Declaration recently adopted at the XV World Forestry Congress in Seoul, encourages wide uptake of technologies and mechanisms for the provision and equitable access of accurate information on forests, as such knowledge enables evidence-based decision-making and drives positive forest and landscape changes. (...) Below you can find a summary of the experiences and knowledge acquired throughout the implementation of the CBIT-forest project. (...) Some of the CBIT-forest training products include: •   Massive open online course “Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement” •   eLearning courses •   NFI eLearning modules •   The national forest monitoring system (NFMS) assessment tool •   Global webinars •   Case studies on forests and transparency Actions are needed to pave the way to open and transparent forest data, such as: •    Enhancing quality, timeliness, accessibility and usability of global forest-related data in support of the transparency requirements of the Paris Agreement; •    Developing capacities to work towards open and transparent data in pilot countries and at the global level through innovative global composite learning programmes combining virtual and in-person training; •    Sharing knowledge as the international momentum builds surrounding forests and transparency; and •    Cementing networks regionally and with new partners, such as academia, to ensure sustainability and transparency of forest reporting (read this story on 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries working together to harmonize National Forest Inventories).
Language:English
Score: 898549.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...data/news/detail/ar/c/1559909/
Data Source: un
The Forest Declaration recently adopted at the XV World Forestry Congress in Seoul, encourages wide uptake of technologies and mechanisms for the provision and equitable access of accurate information on forests, as such knowledge enables evidence-based decision-making and drives positive forest and landscape changes. (...) Below you can find a summary of the experiences and knowledge acquired throughout the implementation of the CBIT-forest project. (...) Some of the CBIT-forest training products include: •   Massive open online course “Forests and transparency under the Paris Agreement” •   eLearning courses •   NFI eLearning modules •   The national forest monitoring system (NFMS) assessment tool •   Global webinars •   Case studies on forests and transparency Actions are needed to pave the way to open and transparent forest data, such as: •    Enhancing quality, timeliness, accessibility and usability of global forest-related data in support of the transparency requirements of the Paris Agreement; •    Developing capacities to work towards open and transparent data in pilot countries and at the global level through innovative global composite learning programmes combining virtual and in-person training; •    Sharing knowledge as the international momentum builds surrounding forests and transparency; and •    Cementing networks regionally and with new partners, such as academia, to ensure sustainability and transparency of forest reporting (read this story on 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries working together to harmonize National Forest Inventories).
Language:English
Score: 898549.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...data/news/detail/en/c/1559909/
Data Source: un