On average, Europeans produce 481 kilograms of urban waste every year: construction and demolition waste, mining waste, industrial waste, old televisions, old cars, batteries, plastic bags, etc. If some of this waste is recycled, another part creates so-called open-air dumps on land, sea, and coastline. To save the earth from waste, can we go into […]

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It is late October, and summer is still here. Despite a few thunderstorms, it does not miss a beat. Since 1950, summer has lasted an average of 78 days to 95; by 2100, it could even last six months. In this regard, I would like to recall the words of astronaut Luca Parmitano in a […]

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In the past, the story of any tense situation that later escalated into a conflict was told by journalists or photographers describing places from below. Satellite technology began to be used piecemeal to shed light on suspected human rights abuses, such as the presence of detention camps in Xinjiang or the genocide in Darfur. Today, […]

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When I started my experience in the Earth observation sector, I had no idea how crucial EO is in protecting our environment, managing our resources, responding to global humanitarian disasters, and enabling sustainable development. It was even more exciting when I came across satellite monitoring services that still allow us to defend one of the […]

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