Tools and Applications for Ecosystem Restoration Monitoring

01/2024 | Study
Cover study UN decade ecosystems

The study analyzes 11 freely available monitoring tools and apps which can support local ecosystem restoration implementers to track and report their activities and progress. The study does so by comparing each tool's functionalities, technical requirements, and user-friendliness. Morover, it assesses the tools' potential to record multiple indicators that reflect the multilayered outcomes of restoration including climate, ecologic and socio-economic benefits.

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