Posts Tagged ‘Earth observation’

Tracking a Changing Planet: The National Academies Releases its Decadal Survey on Earth Observations from Space

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has released the decadal survey for Earth sciences and applications from space, an ambitious road map to guide investments in Earth observation programs over the next 10 years.

IEEE Earthzine: 10 Years of Science Communication, Community and Hope


In this annual series, IEEE Earthzine staff and guest contributors offer short essays on their sources of hope and inspiration in the face of widespread global change. With 2017 marking Earthzine’s 10th anniversary, the series takes on added meaning for all of us.

A Star Goes Out: The Legacy of Molly Macauley

The tragic and untimely death of Molly Macauley cut short the brilliant career of one of environmental and space economics’ shining stars, but the impact of her life and work continues to shape science and policy.

A Paradigm Shift for NASA via Small Satellite Missions

NASA sees a paradigm shift in Earth observing missions, which will increasingly rely on small satellite technologies but provide big results.

GEO Plenary in Russia to Consider Pathway to Sustainable Development Goals

Now beginning its second decade as an organization, the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) convenes its annual plenary meeting in St. Petersburg, Russia, to consider how best to support the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Global Agenda.