SLA, NUS ink deal to use geospatial data to estimate carbon in ecosystems

The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) and NUS have signed an agreement to use geospatial data to gauge the amount of carbon stored in Singapore’s forests, mangroves, parks and gardens. Dr Victor Khoo, Director at the Survey & Geomatics Division at SLA, and Professor Koh Lian Pin, Director at the Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions at NUS, shared more details.

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