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  • International Call for SCO Projects 2021: Submit now !

    Submit your project to the SCO now, receive the SCO label and more in 2021

  • SCO France: time for action!

    Nothing beats a round-table discussion for encouraging ideas and motivation: SCO France came together for a webinar on 1 July 2020. No fewer than 93 participants logged in to listen closely to the presentations on projects in progress before dividing into four workshops to exchange ideas and plan future projects.

  • Third Steering Committee meeting: all together, even from far away

    The plan was to meet in Vienna at the same time as COPUOS, but due to the health crisis, they went for a virtual discussion instead. With 34 representatives connecting simultaneously, SCO International members held their third steering committee meeting under the aegis of UNOOSA, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs. Its Director, Simonetta di Pippo, opened the session by paying tribute to the high level of engagement of this new global community. An insider's view of 18 and 19 June 2020 when, for 90 minutes each day across all continents, the partners analysed progress and planned the next steps

  • First certified projects for SCO France

    With SCO International now established, its local branches are structuring themselves around pilot projects. The objective: to demonstrate to local authorities the effectiveness of SCO projects for implementing adaptive policies.

  • Second steering committee meeting in Abu Dhabi

    Clearly committed to getting its operations under way quickly, the SCO met again for a second international steering committee meeting on 15 January 2020 in Abu Dhabi.

  • The French branch of SCO International

    In accordance with the roadmap agreed upon at its first steering committee meeting, for the new space climate observatory to become a reality, national branches need to be established for each of its signatories. A way for everyone to bring together their best and brightest working on the impacts of climate change.

  • The first steering committee meeting in Washington

    The establishment of the SCO in just 18 months is an international achievement in itself. As far as the founding space agencies are concerned, there is no question of giving up on this commitment.

  • 17 June 2019, And so began the SCO...

    This is a true story of international action being taken in the face of the reality of climate change. As specialists in Earth satellite monitoring, space agencies are backing an initiative to create the tools necessary for countries to adapt to the reality of climate change.