On 14th to 19th of April in Vienna, CMCC and EARSC are organising a session within the EGU24 to collect contributions on how to make use of Earth Observations data to address SDG monitoring and reporting. The deadline to submit the abstract is: 10 January 2024, 13:00 CET.
The United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development set a milestone in the evolution of society’s efforts towards sustainable development, while the associated Global Indicator Framework of the SDGs represents a data-driven framework. Furthermore, Earth observation (EO) data, including satellite and in-situ networks, and EO data analytics and machine learning play a key role in assessing progress toward meeting the SDGs, since it can make the 2030 Agenda monitoring and reporting viable, technically and financially.
Information about Abstracts
Contributions are welcomed on how to make use of Earth Observations data to address SDG monitoring and reporting, in particular, welcomes presentations about EO-driven scientific approaches, EO-based tools, and EO scientific initiatives and projects to build, assess and monitor UN SDGs indicators.
- There might be a possibility to publish a volume under Advances in Geosciences (ADGEO) journal for the papers submitted within this session subject to approval, availability, and conditions. For more information about the journal please visit: https://www.advances-in-geosciences.net/
- For more information and abstract submission please visit: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU24/session/50418
- For more information about EGU24: https://www.egu24.eu/