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Forest interactive panels

The National Forest Information System (SNIF) is a reference in the dissemination of information produced by several institutions on forest related subjects.

Forest interactive panels

Content of the four thematic axes of the SNIF:

FORESTS AND FOREST RESOURCES

Natural and planted forests, forest conservation, forest fires, loss of forest coverage, carbon stocks

489million hectares of forest in Brazil

FOREST POLICIES AND MANAGEMENT

Public and private forests, forest concessions, forest-related legislation

55/45percentage of public/private forests

PRODUCTION, ECONOMY AND FOREST MARKET

Forest production, exports, imports, employment

86% of the gross value of forest production is from plantation forests

FOREST EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

Undergraduate, graduation, technological education, research & development

74Forest Engineering undergraduate programs in Brazil

September 21: Tree Day
Come to know SNIF Bioma Cerrado
Access information, presentations and data
Come to know FRA 2020!
Come to know the pocketbook : " Brazilian Forests at a glance 2019"
Forest Bioeconomics: Situation of Non-Timber Forest Production in Brazil
SFB launches SNIF 2019 Bulletin
Releases from IFN Reports
International Day of Forests - Sign up now at SNIF to learn more about the Brazilian forests
Information for Sustainable Forest Management of Cerrado: Consolidation Workshop
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News

25/11/2020

As áreas concedidas ao manejo de impacto reduzido permanecem em pé e geram renda e desenvolvimento local Fonte: Serviço Florestal Brasileiro      As atividades de manejo florestal na Floresta Nacional (Flona)  de Altamira, no Pará, são feitas pelas...

19/11/2020

A patente foi concedida pelo programa Patentes Verdes do Instituto Nacional da Propriedade IndustrialPor: Serviço Florestal Brasileiro  O Serviço Florestal Brasileiro (SFB) conquistou, no último dia 11, a sua primeira Patente de Invenção referente a...

Forests around the world

(compiled from international news, language may vary)

27/11/2020

Big mammals are at risk in the world’s poorest countries, even within parks

Poaching is a pervasive global problem, and iconic mammals like elephants and rhinos are hit hard by illegal hunting. This is...

 

27/11/2020

‘Nature is next’: Q&A with Finance for Biodiversity’s Simon Zadek

2020 was supposed to be the year that governments, business leaders and civil society came together to report back on the past...

 

27/11/2020

Deforestation targets missed as roads and mining expand

Scientists urge shift toward strategic monitoring

 

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