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Spatial Data (layers)

Explore our collection of open land data from around the world using a range of different layers to access datasets and filter results. All the data can be downloaded freely for use offline.

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Community lands are all lands that fall under the customary governance of the community whether or not this is recognized in national law.

Community lands are all lands that fall under the customary governance of the community whether or not this is recognized in national law.

Community lands are all lands that fall under the customary governance of the community whether or not this is recognized in national law. Community land is variously described as

Community lands are all lands that fall under the customary governance of the community whether or not this is recognized in national law.

The European Commission's Digital Observatory for Protected Areas (DOPA) provides a number of relevant indicators at ecoregion level.

The Global Urban Footprint (GUF) maps growing urban areas very detailed and at global scale.

Intact Forest Landscape (IFL) are defined as “an unbroken expanse of natural ecosystems within the zone of current forest extent, showing no signs of significant human activity and large enough tha

Intact Forest Landscape (IFL) are defined as “an unbroken expanse of natural ecosystems within the zone of current forest extent, showing no signs of significant human activity and large enough tha

The Indicative Areas of Indigenous and Community Land Rights layer provides areas where indigenous and community lands likely exist but the clear delimitation, recognition and/or documentation stat

Indigenous lands or territories refer to the collectively-held and governed lands (and natural resources) of Indigenous Peoples.

Indigenous lands or territories refer to the collectively-held and governed lands (and natural resources) of Indigenous Peoples.

Indigenous lands or territories refer to the collectively-held and governed lands (and natural resources) of Indigenous Peoples.

Indigenous lands or territories refer to the collectively-held and governed lands (and natural resources) of Indigenous Peoples.

"'Managed forests' refers to areas allocated by a government for harvesting timber and other wood products in a public forest.

“Mining concession” refers to an area allocated by a government or other body for the extraction of minerals. The terminology for these areas varies from country to country.

"Oil and gas concessions,” refer to areas allocated by the government to companies who explore for and produce oil, natural gas and other hydrocarbons.

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