The SDGs-EYES project builds a portfolio of data products to facilitate monitoring of SDGs. The project specifically looks at benefits that Earth Observation and Copernicus services can bring.

One of the pilot services has focus on the North Sea. The service will detect pollution impacts of human activities and climate change to marine ecosystems. Specifically, eutrophication conditions and acidification tendencies in the North Sea will be evaluated by integrating the spatiotemporal detail of products from (amongst others) the Copernicus Marine Service (CMS).

The North Sea pilot is now published as Copernicus Marine use case and can be found here: Eutrophication and acidification in marine ecosystems: North Sea use case | CMS (

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