Space for nature29 May 2014
Space for nature29 May 2014 Information from Earth-observing satellites is being used to protect and sustainably manage our natural resources.
Copernicus benefitting society and the environment13 May 2014 The financial benefits of the Copernicus programme, as well as opportunities for sustainable economic growth and job creation in Europe, came into focus recently in Athens, Greece.
Oil and gas sector gears up for Sentinels24 October 2013
Oil and gas sector gears up for Sentinels24 October 2013 The international body representing the oil and gas industry is promoting the use of satellite Earth observation as the industry explores new frontiers. The upcoming Sentinel suite of satellites will facilitate these new endeavours.
Herding from space07 October 2013
Herding from space07 October 2013 Satellites see defined lines of nomadic pastoralism in one of the world’s poorest countries.
Water mission versatility12 September 2013
Water mission versatility12 September 2013 While ESA’s SMOS satellite continues to provide key information on soil moisture and ocean salinity for a better understanding of the water cycle, Living Planet Symposium participants in Edinburgh today heard how the mission is also set to improve...
Nature valued from space11 July 2013
Nature valued from space11 July 2013 Satellites show how we can promote economic development in an environmentally sustainable manner by putting a price on nature’s resources.