Auckland, June 6, 2016

European Space Agency Blog Posts

Rapid Response to Ripple Effects of COVID-19: Food Security in Togo

Stories

The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching effects on not only human health, but also economic impacts around the world due to the severe disruption of our daily lives. Individuals in regions where smallholder farms comprise most of the agricultural production sector, such as many sub-Saharan African countries, are at greater risk of […]

Copernicus EMS Uses Planet Data for Emergency Response Mapping

News

We are excited to announce that the Copernicus Emergency Management Service, or Copernicus EMS, utilizes Planet data to help provide emergency response mapping services for a variety of disaster situations, ranging from geophysical and meteorological hazards to humanitarian and man-made crises. When events occur, authorized users can alert Copernicus EMS to an […]

Earth Day: Agile Science in the Anthropocene

Stories

On the first Earth Day in 1970—with boot prints on the moon fresh in our memory—humanity was buzzing with a desire to make a conscious, global effort to be better stewards of our planet, and endowed with the confidence that we can do great things. It was not an accident that, just […]

Five Takeaways from Europe’s Earth Observation Revolution

News

Last week, top leaders in the European space community from public and private organizations gathered at Planet’s Berlin office to discuss the new space landscape in Europe. Over the past two decades, Europe has established itself as a leader in space, dominated by heavy investment from the government. The strong role of […]

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