Workshop: Earth Observation and Geographic Information: a crucial tool to monitor and tackle climate change

The EO4GEO Partner EIT Climate-KIC in collaboration with EO4GEO invites you this October 26th at 17:00 CET to an Spark! Experience online workshop where you will learn more about the use and applications of satellite data in climate-change related challenges.

During this event, stakeholders from the institutional, academic, and private sector will give context on the Earth Observation and Geographic Information sector and ongoing initiatives. They will also present their activities and use-cases where they are using Earth observation and geographic information to tackle climate change.

The workshop is targeted to Master and PhD European students from various backgrounds (also non-technical), young professionals and citizens.

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This image captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission shows one of the many forest fires in the Sakha Republic, Siberia, on 25 July 2021. The image has been processed using the mission’s shortwave-infrared band to identify the active fires.

Credit: Copernicus Sentinel data (2021), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

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