About us

MapBiomas Trinational Atlantic Forest is an initiative for annual monitoring of land cover and land use of the entire Atlantic Forest biome. It is part of a collaboration for the Conservation of the Jaguar habitat and seeks to understand the transformation processes that occur in the territory of the triple frontier. Governmental and non-governmental, academic and research local institutions from Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil participate in it.

 Co-creators:

  • Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina
  • WWF Paraguay
  • ArcPlan

Coordination by country:

  • Argentina
    • Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina
  • Brazil
    • Arcplan (SP/Brasil)
  • Paraguay
    • WWF Paraguay

Technical Coordination:

  • Arcplan (SP/Brazil)
  • Coordination Team of MapBiomas Brazil

Technological Collaboration:

  • Google
  • EcoStage

Institucional Support:

  • Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA)
  • Instituto de Biología Subtropical (IBS)
  • Facultad de Ciencias Forestales - UNaM (FCF)
  • Facultad de Agronomía- UBA (FAUBA)

Funding Support for MapBiomas Bosque Atlantico:

  • Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina & WWF Paraguay

Funding for MapBiomas Network

  • Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF)
  • Climate and Land Use Alliance (CLUA)
  • Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC)
  • Good Energies Foundation
  • Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation
  • Iniciativa Internacional de Clima e Florestas da Noruega (NICFI)
  • Instituto Arapyaú
  • Instituto Clima e Sociedade (ICS)
  • Instituto Humanize
  • OAK Foundation
  • Quadrature Climate Foundation (QCF)
  • Walmart Foundation (USA)
  • Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPC)

General Coordination: Mayra Milkovic (FVS) and Alejandra Gill (WWF Paraguay)

Scientific Coordination: Pablo Baldassini (FAUBA) and José Serafini (External Consultant)

 

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