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Climate Action 

How Earth Intelligence Tackles Climate Change

Climate change isn’t just a buzzword; it’s an urgent global challenge that affects us all. And for those who are vulnerable and already struggling, the impacts are even harsher. Earth observations offer a vital scientific framework for monitoring and addressing these pressing issues.

By partnering with globally recognised organizations like the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), GEO ensures that the data we collect not only tracks climate impacts but also evaluates the success of policy on a global scale.

Earth observations offer far more than just images from space. They provide valuable information on various aspects of the Earth’s well-being, from deforestation rates to urban resilience, and more. These insights contribute to climate models that help guide policy decisions, making science and policy mutually reinforcing.

Leveraging these observations, along with our collaborative partnerships, GEO acts as a vital bridge, unifying climate action efforts across local, national, and global stages. Our transdisciplinary, open data aids governments and stakeholders in essential areas like mitigation and adaptation, aligning with international agreements like the Paris Accord. Our efforts go beyond merely capturing data; they include important dialogs and workshops that identify specific areas where Earth observations can substantially contribute to climate action.

By seamlessly integrating Earth observations, global partnerships, and innovative technologies, GEO equips communities and decision-makers. We offer an informed, actionable, and transformative approach to tackle the complexities of climate change.


For further insights or to contribute to our climate action initiatives, please connect with GEO’s Climate Coordinator, Sara Venturini, at Through Earth observations, global collaboration, and innovative technology, we are committed to guiding society towards a resilient and sustainable future in the face of climate challenges.

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