On the last Friday, we had the 1st InCoNaDa progress meeting in 2022. It was very nice to see the whole consortium in a good shape in the New Year and to discuss the progress and future challenges. There are several tasks to be achieved in this year e.g. analysis of Copernicus Small Woody Features, Riparian Zones for agricultural and environmental monitoring, delivering the best accurate land cover and land cover change maps, calculation of biologically active areas and green urban areas or assessing the usage of CLMS products for reporting the GHG emissions and removals from LULUCF. We hope to see each other in person this year!