Basis for campaigns
Analysis and mapping can be a good start for particular project or the whole campaign.
Satellite images can provide hard evidence without the cost and difficulty of putting people on the ground.
Independence is the fundamental value of Greenpeace. Maps and spatial analysis give credibility and proof to any project.
Mapping provides Greenpeace broad opportunities for popularizing conservation projects.
WHAT DOES MOSCOW BREATHE?
This map allows the users to monitor the changes in air quality in different parts of the city for a particular period of time.
U.S. hazardous liquids pipelines spills
A new analysis from Greenpeace USA finds that the three companies have a legacy of pipeline spills from 2010 to present.
Protecting forests & peatlands in Indonesia
In 2015, Indonesia suffered the worst forest fires this century, fuelled by decades of deforestation and peatland drainage.
Intact Forest Landscapes worldwide
IFL extent for the year 2013, IFL area reduction from 2000 to 2013, and boundaries of geographic regions used for the analysis.
Global Mapping Hub head
International Forest Research Coordinator
Remote Sensing Analyst
GIS Senior Researcher
Global Mapping Hub manager
In the spring of 2020 during COVID-19 quarantine more than 400 volunteers helped map all (or at least almost all) wildfires in Russia. Wildfires around the Baikal lake, see the full map. The resulted 13.5 million hectares of burned area are not reflected in the official statistics. Most of these fires happened outside official forest lands, Read more about The opportunities of Crowdmapping[…]
A new analysis from Greenpeace USA finds that the three companies proposing to build tar sands pipelines have a legacy of pipeline spills, and that tar sands pipelines pose a threat to water resources. Download the full analysis. Summary Findings: Oil spills anywhere pose serious risks to human health and the environment, and oil spilled into Read more about 4 Proposed Tar Sands Oil Pipelines Pose a Threat to Water Resources[…]
After many months of hard graft on mapping and many more hours for further calculations, and laying out the data in tables and charts, we can now, for the first time, say loud and clear that our largest forest wildernesses are suffering shocking degradation. These forest wildernesses, which are usually in remote areas and don’t Read more about Over 100 million hectares of forest wildernesses are suffering shocking degradation[…]