Worldwide, one of the most common methods for monitoring forest resources is through remote sensing, which uses imagery and other data collected aerially or via satellites. These methods generally rely on canopy cover (the top of trees as viewed from above) changing over time to estimate deforestation (Hansen et al. 2013).
In this regard, we mark on April 26 World Day of Renewable Energy Sources, which aims to point out the need to research and apply renewable energy sources - water, sun, wind, geothermal sources, biogas, etc.
On this day we celebrate World Arbour Day. The goal of the day is to plant as many trees as possible and educate about the importance of wood for man and the environment.
Each of us can contribute in our own way to positive changes, by starting to properly dispose of waste, treat waste on the principle of "reduce, reuse and recycle", which can greatly reduce the amount of waste. Then, reduce energy consumption in the household and most importantly - educate ourselves about environmental problems and its protection, because we are all responsible for it and because it belongs to us all equally.
Today’s date is known for what we call the vernal equinox or spring equinox. All points on the planet Earth have the same duration of day and night, i.e. they last twelve hours each.
The fight for the preservation of the Buna canals will not stop until a decision is made on a complete ban on the construction of mini hydropower plants on the Buna and Neretva rivers. The Buna canals should be a protected area, as they once were.