Geospatial technologies and remote sensing offer a crucial location element to the monitoring of Sustainable Development Goals and their corresponding targets and indicators.
The unprecedented “power of where” allows for unbiased observation and analysis across borders, administrative boundaries, and nations. The workshop, run in cooperation with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), provides an opportunity for water professionals to get updated on the latest advances in geospatial technologies and remote sensing, and their application to the monitoring of water related SDGs. The lectures and practical sessions are conducted by representatives of world leading organizations in geospatial technologies and data-driven decision making.
The workshop target group includes: National Focal Points of international organizations, environmental practitioners, and researchers involved in water and SDG-related issues. No prior experience in geospatial technologies is required. For further information on the workshop and application procedure, please visit http://isepei.org/workshops