RapidEye, the only geospatial solutions provider to own and operate a constellation of five identical Earth Observation satellites, announced today that the second coverage of China for the Ministr
The on-going drought in northern China draws great attention from the public.
Considering the new situation and demand in emergency communication faced by public security and fire departments in fire disaster sites, a company called China All Access developed the Emergency S
The small satellite constellation for environment and disaster monitoring and forecasting (SSCEDMF) is an important component of China's earth-observation satellite system.
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), launched in to service a Regional Cooperative Mechanism on Drought Monitoring and Early War
Mudslides engulfed a town in northwest China on 8 August 2010, killing nearly 100 people and leaving perhaps 2,000 residents missing.
As of 22 June, according to government statistics, the latest round of floods which began early in the month of June has affected more than 29 million people and 1.6 million hectares of crops in th
Gales and hailstorms killed at least 39 people, injured hundreds and destroyed hundreds of homes in southwest and central China.
On April 14, 2010 the Southern Quinghai region in the north-west of China experienced a 6.9 magnitude earthquake which left hundreds of people dead and the majority of population injured.
A landslide occurred in northwest China's Shaanxi Province on March 10, 2010. It left 26 people dead among the total of 44 trapped.
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