A recent study conducted with eleven member States of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) found that “all respondents reported that their DRR funding has either sligh
The European Space Agency has launched SuperSites Exploitation Platform (SSEP), a cloud-based geohazards research platform that allows researchers to access geodata for natural hazards in geologica
"Mind the Risk: A global ranking of cities under threat from natural disasters" is the title of
Scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society, the University of Queensland, and Stanford University have produced a world map indicated the most and least vulnerable areas to climate change, a
Thousands of never-before-seen data products from the US Landsat satellites acquired over 30 years have been released for online access, as ESA reported.
On 31 August 2013, the Russian Federal Space Agency ROSCOSMOS formally joined the International Charter: Space and Major Disasters, an international mechanism to provide space-based information for
On 3 September 2013, UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER presented a new report which shows the economic, humanitarian and organizational benefits of applying geoinformation to disaster management.
ESA's Earth from Space web-TV programme has issued a special edition on the International Charter "Space and Major Disasters".
In the beginning of June, the first global map of vegetation from the recently launched Proba-V ha
The carbonaceous particles rising high into the air in the context of wildfires significantly degrade air quality, damage human and wildlife health, and interact with sunlight to affect climate
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