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  • One-to-One with AFD

    The French Development Agency (AFD), funder for climate change, is involved in the SCO at national and international levels. As highlighted by the Deputy Director General, Bertrand Walckenaer, "satellite data opens up numerous development prospects for the countries in which we invest, and the SCO is a collective tool for implementing them”.

  • SCOlutions to Sustainable Development Goals - #3, SDG11

    For this third part of SCO's responses to the Sustainable Development Goals, let us look at SCOlutions to SDG11, to ensure that cities and human settlements are inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

  • A look back at SCO at COP27

    Now well established in the fight against climate change, SCO attended COP27, held in Sharm El Sheik (Egypt) from November 7 to 18, 2022. Participating in two round tables, it also strengthened its partnership with UNEP, the United Nations Environment Programme.

  • SCOlutions to Sustainable Development Goals - #2, SDG15

    How does SCO meet the Sustainable Development Goals of 2030 Agenda? Second part of our five-part series, let's find out about SCOs' contributions to the SDG15 to preserve and restore terrestrial ecosystems.

  • Flood resilience: FORO is open access

    Developed within the framework of FLAude project to increase the resilience of territories to flooding, the FORO services demonstration platform is open to the public since October 28, 2022.

  • SCOlutions to Sustainable Development Goals - #1, SDG13

    How does SCO meet the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda? Answer in five parts to discover the SCOlutions to five SDGs prioritized by the Space for Climate Observatory projects. Step 1 with SDG13, to fight against climate change and its impacts.

  • Participate in the 7th SCO France Quarterly Meeting

    The Pacific Ocean and its Indian neighbour are home to territories that are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. On Tuesday 6 December 2022, at the seventh SCO France Quarterly Meeting, three projects will present their methods for addressing local challenges using satellite data.

  • ECLAT methodology is available

    Although the ECLAT project has come to the end of the time covered by its SCO label, this is not the end of the road, but rather a further step forward in operational remote sensing for users. The methodology developed is working, ready to be adapted to other territories.

  • One-to-one with SARIO

    With a growing space fabric, Slovakia signed the SCO Charter in June 2022. As Michal Brichta, director of the industry branch of the Slovak Space Office (SARIO), explains, this membership opens the pages of a history of exchange and cooperation.

  • Cartovege stimulates science and EO

    Specialists in the southern hemisphere, the Cartovege project team is far from being numb to the cold! Between scientific seminar and international conferences, it is working hard to share knowledge and find sustainable solutions to the impacts of climate change on cold ecosystems.