Blog / March 30, 2020
Do you have a project using Earth observations to address social or environmental challenges?
If you’re from a GEO Member country (see the full list here) or are currently a GEO partner (including Participating Organizations, public sector or commercial organizations), there is still time to apply. The application deadline has been extended to 15 April 2020.
GEO has partnered with Google to offer 25 licenses for the sustained use of Google Earth Engine (GEE) for projects using Earth observation data to address global challenges related to climate change, sustainable development, disaster risk reduction and others.
These 2-year, full-access licenses aim to empower public sector and commercial recipients to tackle significant societal challenges and improve understanding of our planet.
In addition, projects selected will benefit from technical support and guidance from EO Data Science through an outreach programme to help projects get the results needed from GEE, adding valuable knowledge and know-how to the programme.
Please submit your project proposals using the form found here by 15 April 2020.
If you have any questions about the Programme, please see the answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions here.
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