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The European Space Agency’s Climate Change Initiative have released new free-to-access datasets on ESA’s Open Data Portal.
Two Earth observation-based demonstrators draw on S4C expertise in collaboration with specific stakeholders to illustrate the decisions supported by climate data from space.
Resilience managers in businesses and local government can take advantage of the UK’s world-leading Earth observation community for planned response to the Covid-19 pandemic and long-term recovery.
A new air quality research community co-founded by the Space4Climate group is supporting a Covid-19 and air quality research agenda.
UK’s Earth Observation climate community will bring together new announcements from across the S4C membership in the lead up to COP26, hosted by the UK.
Briony Turner introduces the new Working Party on Indoor Air Quality & Child Health which explores the changing nature of indoor air pollution.
Land surface temperature climate data provides insight into the changing landscapes of the urban environment.
Climate impact information to better predict risks and opportunities for fisheries-dependent societies and improve understanding of the buffering capacity of the oceanic carbon cycle.