Geospatial Planning

Geospatial planning refers to the process of analyzing and organizing spatial data to make informed decisions about land use, resource management, and conservation. It involves the use of geographic information systems (GIS) and other tools to assess the current state of an area, identify ecological features, and plan for sustainable development and conservation actions.

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