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International Partnership Programme events

Events  |  18 June, 2021  |  Reading time: 4 minutes

Space4Climate members join a showcase of UK space-enabled innovation projects in a series of webinars starting later this month (June, 2021).

The UK Space Agency-funded International Partnership Programme (IPP) is the largest scheme for sustainable space development in the world. Since its launch in 2016, the £150m+ initiative has grant-funded more than 43 projects in 47 countries.

The IPP Regional Webinars, starting on 28 June, will promote the capabilities, outcomes and impacts of key projects in supporting direct and indirect climate action for agriculture, humanitarian, maritime, and disaster resilience activities in developing economies.

UK organisations developing space-based solutions work in partnership with governments, organisations and communities in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, also facilitating new trade opportunities for the UK space sector.

Registration for the free webinars is open. Details are below, and you can book online.

Asia-Pacific

08:00 BST, Monday 28 June 2021

Managing the World’s Natural Resources Using Satellite Technologies

08:00 BST, Tuesday 29 June 2021

Supporting Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods Using Satellite Applications

08:00 BST, Wednesday 30 June 2021

Space for Human Security and Crisis Management

IPP – Africa

10:00 BST, Monday 5 July 2021

Managing the World’s Natural Resources Using Satellite Technologies

10:00 BST, Tuesday 6 July 2021

Supporting Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods Using Satellite Applications

10:00 BST, Wednesday 7 July 2021

Space for Human Security and Crisis Management

IPP – Latin America & Caribbean

15:00 BST, Monday 12 July 2021

Managing the World’s Natural Resources Using Satellite Technologies’

15:00 BST, Tuesday 13 July 2021

Supporting Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods Using Satellite Applications

15:00 BST, Wednesday 14 July 2021

Space for Human Security and Crisis Management