The Arctic sea ice minimum is an annual occurrence that usually takes place in the month of September, when the area/volume of Arctic ice has reached its smallest after the “summer melt season”.
It’s been impossible to ignore the headlines over the summer, bringing news of scorching temperatures, devastating wildfires and worrying predictions for the future of our planet.
You might remember our spring article in which we delved into EUMETSAT fellowships and what exactly they are.
For the past 20 years, the DWD (Deutscher Wetterdienst – the German National Meteorological Service) has been working with a group of experts, using satellite data to monitor the climate and to record changes. The Satellite Application Facility on Climate...
The world we live in requires us to have our eyes open at all times – and well-focused on Earth – so that we can leave the best possible planet for the future generations. A great part of that includes...
The Fidelity and Uncertainty in Climate Data Records from Earth Observation (FIDUCEO) team has announced its second workshop in Lisbon on 25-27 June.
Last week, Milan welcomed thousands of scientists, educators, industry experts and students to the city for the triennial “Living Planet Symposium” event, held at the MiCo – Milano Congressi exhibition space.
The atmosphere is a complex system - how is it monitored? What threats does it face? Find out all this and more by registering for the free "Monitoring Atmospheric Composition" massive open online course (MOOC).