An online workshop for both users and providers of satellite Land Surface Temperature data to share their experiences and knowledge in this field. The focus of the meeting will be on LST data set development and applications.
As a group we are able to offer end-to-end capability from design, manufacture and satellite launch to data analytics and integration of climate information into decision support services.
As defined by the Global Framework for Climate Services: “Climate services provide climate information to help individuals and organisations make climate smart decisions… They equip decision-makers in climate-sensitive sectors with better information to help society adapt to climate variability and change.”
AQNUK worked in collaboration with SAQN and the UKIEG to convene an online workshop on possible interactions between air quality and COVID-19, ambient environmental conditions indoors and out.
Heat data service – helping cities understand their most vulnerable areas for targeting mitigation strategies.
Space4Climate worked with the London Climate Change Partnership to run a series of workshops on Heat data and vulnerability – find out more from the event outputs.
WaterWorld is a testbed for the development and implementation of land and water related policies for sites and regions globally, to test intended and unintended consequences of policies.
Satellite data helps to provide real-time information and work out how climate change affects the distribution, severity and frequency of thunderstorms, thus increasing aviation safety.
My Sustainable Forest provides geo-information products to help to improve the management of Forest Provisioning Services and Regulating Services.
Deriving geospatial data inputs from EO satellites provides a fast and cost-effective method of understanding current air pollution.
Earth observation for marine and coastal mapping, monitoring and analysis provides a fast and cost-effective method of understanding the current coastal state.