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Strengthening Sustainable
Development Goals Monitoring
via Copernicus

What is SDGs-EYES?

SDGs-EYES aims at boosting the European capacity for monitoring the SDGs based on Copernicus, building a portfolio of decision-making tools to monitor those SDG indicators related to the environment from an inter-sectoral perspective, aligning with the EU Green Deal priorities and challenges.

SDGs-EYES considers 3 SDGs: on climate (SDG13), ocean (SDG14) and land (SDG15), to demonstrate through four Pilots the Copernicus potential for monitoring six indicators making part of the EU and national assessments: GHG emissions, temperature deviation, ocean acidification, marine eutrophication, forest cover change and soil erosion.

Project key information:

  • Project number: 101082311
  • Duration: 36 Months (Starting date: 1 January 2023)
  • EU contribution: HORIZON-RIA
  • Consortium: 10 organisations from 6 countries
  • Coordinator: Fondazione CMCC


What is the approach

SDGs-EYES seeks to combine the science-informed (top-down) approach with a stakeholder-driven (bottom-up) approach to transfer scientific outcomes into easy-to-understand and easy-to-use actionable information in the context of SDG indicators’ assessment.

Decision-making tools delivered by Pilots will be co-designed with users, to offer opportunities to regularly assess and refresh methodologies they adopt for monitoring and reporting.

Who are the partners of SDGs-EYES?

The SDGss-EYES will be implemented by 10 partners who cover different disciplines. The consortium will strongly rely on collaboration, cross-fertilisation, and knowledge integration.

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The SDGs-EYES project is funded by the European Union | Credits