Forest and Rainforests - Crown Capital Management Jakarta Indonesia
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Forest and Rainforests - Crown Capital Management Jakarta Indonesia

London : United Kingdom | Oct 15, 2012 at 12:43 AM PDT
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crown capital eco management jakarta indonesia: what we do/our vision

Crown Capital Eco Management strives to increase accountability and transparency in the forestry sector as this will certainly lead to improved management of the world's treasured forests. We aim to initiate the development of a completely sustainable forestry sector that could better the livelihood of involved people while contributing positively to the long-term economic state of the respective nations. Through continuous monitoring, especially in the timber industry, and training of forest monitoring enforcement agents, Crown Capital Eco Management aspires to build an open dialogue with involved parties.

Our group utilizes publicly available satellite data in generating updated digital maps of forest clearings and greenhouse gas emissions, all of which provide helpful data for forest conservation authorities.

Crown Capital Eco Management offers technical support to certain regions in order to enable them in using "remote sensing technologies" in assessing amount of carbon stocks and forest cover changes. Such efforts are expected to make a reliable forest monitoring program for every nation while fostering regional cooperation.

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