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  • Welcome to the Alps with Orion

    For its kick-off meeting on November 16, 2021, the Orion project organized a virtual walk through alpine meadows that are changing due to climate change and human activity. Guided tour.

  • A look back at SCO at COP26

    From October 31 to November 12, 2021, nearly 200 countries met in Glasgow to hold the 26th Conference of the Parties, or COP26. For the SCO, this was an opportunity to strengthen its links with the Group on Earth Observations to bring together the Earth Observation community.

  • EducSCO: the videos are online!

    Teachers of all levels, the EducSCO project is made for you because you are in the front line to explain to our children the climate change and the world which, tomorrow, will be theirs. It is equally important that you can show them that there are solutions, which they can be the authors and/or actors.

  • 1st SCO France Congress

    Rien ne vaut des échanges directs, dont la crise Covid nous a tous privés. Le SCO France invite sa communauté à se rejoindre mardi 7 décembre 2021 à Paris pour son premier Congrès. Alors, prêts pour (enfin) se retrouver ?

  • 33+3 = 36 members!

    Less than a week before the opening of COP 26 and on the sidelines of IAC 2021, three countries have joined the SCO initiative: welcome to Saudi Arabia, Norway and Slovakia!

  • SCO Valuation Guide

    More than just a nice word, at the SCO, valorization embodies an inescapable approach, to which all the holders of the label are committed. But what exactly does it involve? To get you started, the SCO France has put together its Valuation Guide. Discover it.

  • Remote epidemiological monitoring

    The current health crisis reminds us and proves how much human health is linked to the environment. On Thursday, October 21, the second quarterly meeting of SCO France highlighted the role of satellites in understanding these links and anticipating future epidemics or stopping their spread. A retrospective.

  • One-to-one with the ASI

    The Italian Space Agency ASI, a key player in European space, is a founding member of the SCO. Deeply convinced of the need for the SCO to meet climate commitments, it is involved in it with dynamism and lucidity. Meeting with Giovanni Rum, ASI's point of contact for the SCO and senior consultant on Earth Observation issues.

  • Satellites, amazing allies of biodiversity

    The link between satellites and biodiversity is not necessarily obvious. But if we say Argos? Then you'd think of the beacons that track animals... by satellite! At the World Conservation Congress 2021, SCO projects enrich the glossary: habitat mapping, monitoring of deforestation, migrations, invasive species... No doubt that satellites are among our best allies to know and preserve biodiversity

  • FLAude: the FORO tool in the hands of professionals!

    On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, the FLAude team presented its FORO platform at the Aude Prefecture. In a context of climate change, this rich and interactive tool is highly anticipated by the actors of the territory.