Working together to monitor greenhouse gases

Working together to monitor greenhouse gases


09/09/2019 4:00 pm




With the climate crisis high on the global political agenda and the issue of greenhouse gases a serious concern, today also saw ESA, the Canadian Space Agency and the Canadian GHGSat company sign a Memorandum of Intent. The new collaboration will entail the provision of free data from the GHGSat constellation to the scientific community and support global efforts to monitor greenhouse gases and improve our understanding of chemical and physical atmospheric processes.

Back row from left to right: Giuseppe Ottavianelli, ESA's Earth Observation Proba-1 and Third Party Mission Manager, Simonetta Cheli, Head of Strategy, Programme & Coordination Office for ESA's Earth Observation Programmes, Johann-Dietrich Wörner, ESA Director General and Adina Gillespie, Director of Business Development, Europe at GHGSat Inc. Front row: Josef Aschbacher, ESA's Director of Earth Observation Programmes and Stéphane Germain, President and Chief Executive Officer at GHGSat Inc.

Read more: ESA's ɸ-week 2019 opens with a flourish

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