Airbus is engaged in establishing solutions to help monitor, manage and mitigate the impact of climate change.
The S4C Climate Talent Competition 2019 led to a UK-based demonstrator project on the recovery of Peatland areas.
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.
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.
Deriving geospatial data inputs from EO satellites provides a fast and cost-effective method of understanding current air pollution.
SMEETH: space for monitoring environmental effects on health is a tool designed to handle atmospheric satellite data, modelled air quality and meteorological data with correlated geo-referenced medical records.
An authoritative hub of climate information for understanding past and future impact of climate change across a variety of market sectors and society.