Introducing Forest Carbon Monitor
FOREST CARBON MONITOR FOR PROJECT DEVELOPERS
Evaluate the performance of nature-based solutions with insightful data while reducing monitoring, reporting and validation (MRV) costs
WHAT IS FOREST CARBON MONITOR FOR PROJECT DEVELOPERS?
Forest Carbon Monitor is the global platform for project developers to reduce financial and reputation risks with independent environmental metrics based on transparent and standardized remote sensing data.
Save time and money on selecting projects or project areas at the origination stage as well as checking performance indicators with unprecedented accuracy in the project’s MRV process.
WHY IS OUR FOREST CARBON MONITOR UNIQUE?
Kayrros datasets combine granularity of 10-m resolution with the scale of regional to national level to efficiently evaluate nature-based solutions projects.
Kayrros provides biomass measurements at the project scale, with yearly updates, along with detection of losses and gains.
OUR FOREST CARBON MONITOR FEATURES
Carbon stock mapping
Get access to carbon stock maps with global coverage and 10-m resolution.
Kayrros tracks forest degradation beyond clear-cut deforestation.
Historical data analysis
Accelerate project origination with historical data of canopy cover and deforestation.
WHAT’S IN STORE?
Kayrros provides a platform covering all registered forestry projects.
Kayrros provides a dashboard with key metrics for each project.
Kayrros provides data through REST or Python APIs together with csv files.
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