ESA and climate change

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Climate change is high on the global agenda.
To tackle climate change, a global perspective is needed and this can be provided by satellites. Their data is key if we want to prepare ourselves for the consequences of climate change. While our Earth Explorers gather data to understand how our planet works and understand the impact that climate change and human activity are having on the planet, the European Union’s Copernicus Sentinels provide systematic data for environmental services that help adapt to and mitigate change.
The video offers an overview of how European satellites keep watch over our world. It includes interviews with Josef Aschbacher, our Director of Earth Observation Programmes, and Michael Rast, our Earth Observation Senior Advisor.

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4 Comments

  1. The Media never actually has anyone who knows about energy production .Heres some figures for the record . Percentages of energy sources for the entire world .Fossil fuels 80.6 % ,Wood11.5% , Nuclear 2.7%, Hydro -electric 3.4% all the wind and all the solar I have put together because it is so small , wind and Solar 0. 75 % The entire world is building about 200 Coal power houses this year .Australia has 22 . Please Media find someone who knows something before wasting our time

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