Experts: Cheap drones could revolutionize forest monitoring, but turbulence ahead

  LIMA, Peru—Sending small unmanned drones to fly over tropical forests has great potential for enhancing community-based forest monitoring—and in measuring carbon for climate change mitigation efforts, experts said at an event on the sidelines of the recent UN climate conference. “They can monitor and measure many things, including carbon; they are fast; they’re cheap;... Read more

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