Transdisciplinary Research for Pathways to Sustainability Awards: Discover COVPATH and SUSTAINDAM supported by GEO.
German Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture, Julia Klöckner signs agreement to support GEOGLAM for coming years
Launch of “The Atlas of the Human Planet 2020 – Open Geoinformation for Research, Policy, and Action
GEOARC Releases Three Reports and Thematic Datasets on Climate Change, Food Security and Sustainable City
Microsoft and GEO BON announce the winners of the Essential Biodiversity Variables on the Cloud Grant Programme
Tools to enable UN Member States at national and local level to use Earth observations to help deliver SDG 11 and the New Urban Agenda
Better together: Bridging Earth Observations and Geospatial Communities at the Americas Symposium 2020
New Call for Proposals: Belmont Forum Collaborative Research Action on Transdisciplinary Research for Pathways to Sustainability
Submit your abstracts for GEO affiliated events on Capacity Development, COVID-19 and the Sustainable Development Goals at 2020 AGU Fall Meeting
GEO BON moves headquarters to Montréal, Québec, Canada to capitalize on the city’s research environment and AI expertise
Digital discussion on Indigenous Peoples-led Use of Earth Observations at the United Nations High Level Political Forum
How the Earth observation community can learn from Indigenous Peoples and a Lakota worldview. Interview with James Rattling Leaf Sr.
Deadline Extended for the Group on Earth Observations Sustainable Development Goals (GEO SDG) Awards 2020
It takes the right information to build back better – Highlights from the UNCCD and GEO Land Degradation Neutrality (GEO LDN) Workshop
How indigenous communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon are making their own maps, when satellite images aren’t accessible. An interview with Mario Vargas (Shakaim)
Deadline Extended for the GEO and UN-Habitat “Earth Observation Toolkit for Sustainable Cities and Communities”
Take part in Citizen Science and Earth Observation Challenges at the remote Dubrovnik INSPIRE Hackathon 2020!
Deadline Extended - 15 April: There’s still time to submit your project proposal for the GEO-Google Earth Engine Programme
Supporting the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity and the development of the new Global Biodiversity Framework
Supporting climate change mitigation and adaptation using Earth observations: GEO’s Report from COP25
Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) highlights the value of open data and Earth observations
Public Release of NextGEOSS Platform helps transform Earth observations to actionable information for the SDGs
How space technology is transforming Africa’s food system through low-cost insurance products for smallholders
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