EUMETSAT adopts renewed Climate Service Development Plan
Plan lays the groundwork for developing climate data records from past, present and future satellites
EUMETSAT has adopted a renewed Climate Service Development Plan, which emphasises ensuring the best use of data for climate change adaptation and mitigation of severe impacts.
SI-TSBCOS workshop open for registration
Taking place at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in London on 9-11 September 2019, this international workshop will bring together experts from within the space industry to network and share information through presentations and technical discussions.
Climate Symposium 2014 defines challenges for climate change science
The Climate Symposium 2014 brought together nearly 500 climate scientists, experts, policy makers and representatives from space agencies and industry to take stock of achievements reached so far in climate change science and Earth observation.
International Climate Symposium 2014
This week, nearly 500 climate experts, policy makers and representatives from space agencies and industry will join in the debate to identify how observations from current and future satellites will address the grand research challenges identified by the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP).
Climate Symposium 2014 to turn satellite-based observations and latest research into climate action
Between 13 and 17 October 2014, the Climate Symposium will address “Climate Research and Earth Observations from Space/Climate information for decision making”, bringing together over 500 global climate experts, policy makers and representatives from industry and international space agencies in Darmstadt, Germany.
International cooperation on climate monitoring from space takes new steps at EUMETSAT headquarters
Climate and Earth observation experts meet at EUMETSAT headquarters to further develop international cooperation on the monitoring of climate change from space.
MTG satellites crucial for future volcanic ash observations
Following the recent eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjälla volcano that spewed huge amounts of ash and grounded numerous flights across Europe, more than 50 experts from around the world came together at a workshop hosted by ESA and EUMETSAT to take stock of what has been learned and to identify future opportunities for volcanic ash detection, monitoring and prediction.