Chin Lakes, Alberta Jun 06, 2015

Planet’s Data Helps Establish Scientific Rigor for SMARTFARM Carbon Monitoring Program

The U.S. Corn Belt produces around 30% of all the corn and soybeans grown globally. These two crops, alongside rice and sorghum, makeup a large portion of biofuel crop yields within the U.S. and provide a low-carbon alternative to traditional fuel…...


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Part 3: Carbon Farming - What Is It And What Does It Mean For Global Sustainability Efforts?

Agriculture lies at the heart of the European Union (EU). Within the borders of the EU, 39% of land is dedicated to agricultural practices and 37% of the EU budget is dedicated to support the sector, by far the largest…

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Planet Data Enables Climate Transparency Through New Partnership with Climate TRACE

The transition to a low-carbon, climate-positive future will require innovation in almost every sector of the global economy, from energy, transport and agriculture to cities, finance, and land use. Achieving this transition will require independent, timely assessment of climate emissions,…

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Technology

Building a new world: infrastructure monitoring for a more sustainable future

As the world continues to recover from a historic pandemic, there is a growing awareness in government and industry that new, innovative solutions are needed to protect natural resources and create more effective policy for economic growth. Transparency and reliable…

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Planet and dMY IV Announce Upsized PIPE – Additional $50 Million from CPP Investments

New commitments bring total raised from PIPE from $200 million to more than $250 million Fully committed PIPE transaction is in conjunction with Planet’s agreement to become a publicly traded company through merger with dMY IV Planet Labs Inc. (“Planet”), a leading provider of daily data and insights about Earth, and dMY […]

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Self-Guided Learning Opportunities For Hispanic Heritage Month

In 2021, Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15 and ends October 15, as it has every year since 1989. It’s split across two months because September 15 is a key date in the history of several Latin American countries: It’s when Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua declared their […]

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The Full Explore 2021 Agenda is Live! Register and Build a Custom Agenda

We’re only one month away from Explore 2021, and the full agenda is here! From precision agriculture to wildfire management to the future of sustainable supply chains, browse more than 45 sessions featuring more than 100 speakers to design a personal experience and make the most of this opportunity to build Global […]

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Planet Expands Contract with NASA to Provide Data to All US Federal Civilian Agencies Researchers

We’re thrilled to announce today that NASA has again expanded Planet’s contract under their Commercial SmallSat Data Acquisition (CSDA) Program, granting all U.S. Federal Civilian scientific researchers and National Science Foundation funded researchers, including their contractors and grantees, access to Planet data until September 2022. Planet recently entered into a definitive merger […]

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Planet’s Data Used to Reveal Illicit Shipping Networks Delivering Fuel to North Korea in Violation of UN Sanctions

At Planet, we believe that making information accessible and transparent leads to greater global security and stronger political accountability. Thanks to invaluable partnerships, our satellite data is actively being used to shine a light on covert operations and illicit supply chain processes around the world. The Center for Advanced Defense Studies, otherwise […]

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