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  • Satellites and agroecology: participate in the 9th Quarterly of the SCO France

    Encouraged in many countries, agroecology is able to reconcile the different challenges related to agriculture by putting biodiversity and ecological processes back at the heart of this activity. On Thursday 22 June 2023, connect to discover four agroecological SCOlutions using satellite data during the ninth SCO France Quarterly Meeting.

  • GUS mid-term review

    As a provider of numerous ecosystem services, vegetation is one of the main levers of action for adapting territories to climate change. The Pleiades satellite imagery being tested by the Green Urban Sat project, or GUS as it is known, promises to be particularly effective in helping cities to manage their vegetation and preserve its benefits.

  • TAHATAI is operational and continues in Neo version

    "Sharing knowledge is the basis of decision support". It is with this value that BLUECHAM has responded to the needs of the French Polynesia Marine Resources Directorate within the framework of the TAHATAI project. The Qehnelo®PF platform delivered in April 2023 is working perfectly and is about to change scale with the TAHATAI Neo component.

  • AIonWetlands trains its algorithm

    Supported by the Tour du Valat, AIonWetlands is a superb project dedicated to Mediterranean wetlands. Acrredited SCO in March 2022, it advances as close as possible to the needs of its future users

  • SCO Portfolio, Editions 2020 to 2022

    57 projects that fit in your hand, it's possible with the SCO Portfolio! In paper or digital version, in French and in English, the 2023 edition is at your disposal to navigate between the projects and find the contact points.

  • SCO France: 2023 Edition

    The fourth call for projects of the SCO France has allowed 14 projects to be accredited. They cover 7 areas of climate change impacts, with a particular focus on the most vulnerable countries.

  • SCOlutions to hydrometeorological risks

    Climate change is strongly disrupting the water cycle, resulting in more frequent and intense hydrometeorological events. On Thursday 23 March 2023, during the eighth "Quaterly Meeting of the SCO France", three projects presented their solutions to improve resilience to these risks using satellite data.

  • Space4IRRIG, significant progress

    While the particularly hot and dry summer of 2022 has left its mark on people's minds, France experience a worrying winter drought in 2023. The pressure on water resources is increasing, with field crops in the front line. In this context, Space4IRRIG is developing at high speed to better manage reserves and irrigation.

  • StockWater is available for water volumes and filling rates of dams

    Fresh water is becoming a crucial resource, of which we need to know the stocks. An important part of it is in dams, but how much of it is there exactly? The StockWater project has implemented an efficient satellite-based solution and opens the source code of some components. Discover it.