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As the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen approaches its conclusion, negotiations are focusing on the role of forests in mitigating climate change.
Over 30 000 people from 190 nations are gathered at the two-week UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
More than a hundred senior managers and experts from European space industry, national agencies and ESA packed a Geneva conference room earlier this week to learn about the commercial opportunities offered by ESA's planned data relay satellite system.
Oceans cover nearly three-quarters of Earth's surface, yet they remain the least explored territories of our planet.
Co-chairs from China, European Commission, South Africa, United States WASHINGTON, Nov.
As part of the development process for ESAâ€™s Sentinel-3 Earth observation mission, remote-sensing experts carried out an extensive experiment campaign across southern Europe this summer.
New research announced at the international Water in a changing climate science conference in Melbourne 24-28 August, implicates pollution from Asia, Europe and North America as a contributor to recent Australian rainfall changes.
ESAâ€™s Envisat satellite captures thick clouds of smoke billowing from wildfires that have been raging through Greece and are threatening the capital, Athens.
ESA and EUMETSAT, the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites, signed on 20 July a Framework Agreement on the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Program.
ESA Member States have unanimously voted to extend the Envisat mission through to 2013.
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