Support to UN SDG
EUMETSAT's crucial observations of weather, environment and climate, scientific and technical expertise.
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
The WMO is the United Nations’ specialised agency for meteorology.
EUMETSAT participates in a vast range of activities in the international arena in the pursuit of its strategy.
European Meteorological Infrastructure (EMI)
EUMETSAT is a member of the network of operational meteorological organisations.
EUMETSAT’s crucial observations of weather, environment and climate, scientific and technical expertise and support to capacity-building help make the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals a reality.
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21 April 2020
The agenda is a plan of action with 17 Sustainable Development Goals aimed at eradicating poverty as an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.
The ambitious goals contain 169 targets, stimulating action over the next 15 years in areas of critical importance for humanity and the planet.
They recognise the interconnectedness of striving for peace and prosperity with promoting the health and dignity of people, the sustainable use of our planet’s resources and the need for urgent action on climate change, as well as the importance of forging effective partnerships to make this a reality.
Satellite agencies like EUMETSAT have a key role to play in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’s aims. Systematic and global observations of the Earth from space are essential for decision-making and policy formulation in all regions of the world.
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Biennial Information Day for Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia NMHS: 21-22 April 2021
The EUMETSAT Information day for Eastern Europe, Caucasian and Central Asia NMHS.
EUMETSAT Information Day for the Western Balkan NMHS
EUMETSAT will hold its biennial Information Day for the Western Balkan NMHS on 13-14 April 2021.
EUMETSAT redistributes novel real-time wind data
Today, EUMETSAT started to make novel observations about the vertical distribution of wind available to national meteorological services for use in weather forecasting.
Be a part of the EGU2020
With the official cancellation of the annual European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly originally scheduled to take place on 04-08 May in Vienna