The conservation analyst is a web-based tool that integrates and weighs multiple criteria for spatial conservation planning allowing for the identification and selection of unprotected land areas presenting high values in terms of biodiversity and key ecosystem services.
Global Development Data Tool (GDDT) supports the European Commission's commitment to data-driven decision-making. The tool features 160 socio-economic indicators in 10 thematic areas.
The distribution of dryland trees and their density, cover, size, mass and carbon content are not well known at sub-continental to continental scales. This information is important for ecological protection, carbon accounting, climate mitigation and restoration efforts of dryland ecosystems