The UK Government has invested £10m to improve availability of trusted climate data to the green finance sector in a move welcomed by the Bank of England.
We welcome the formal launch of the Dasgupta Review today (February 2, 2021). As Prof Sir Partha Dasgupta stresses, environmental and climatic conditions are integral for all aspects of the health of our planet’s ecosystems.
A new report calls on the UK Government to lead a worldwide effort to build a trusted data infrastructure to help achieve net zero by 2050.
We’re launching a one-year countdown to highlight the UK’s world-leading role in climate research in satellite observations, data for climate and climate-action.
Latest update: Taking part in COP26 – applications deadline 17:00 GMT on Friday 5 March 2021.
Funding from the ESA-Future Earth Joint Programme will help to bring the latest satellite-based climate data and analysis techniques closer to decision-makers.
Just how resilient are UK food supply chains in the face of a changing climate? And how can space-enabled technology help?
New report calls for rapid response on UK air quality to support pandemic recovery.
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.