A Remote Sensing Tutorial from World Bank Group

A Remote Sensing Tutorial from World Bank Group

graphic from World Bank Group's remote sensing introduction In a effort to help sustainable development professionals learn more about Earth observation resources that can help with their work, the World Bank Group released an informational website focused on remote sensing. The site, “Satellites in Global Development,” launched during the November 9 Satellite Summit conference (#SatSummit) in Washington D.C.
Along similar lines of sustainable development and environmental stewardship, Mongabay’s WildTech and The Guardian interviewed SkyTruth founder John Amos on his recent projects.
Further Reading:
+ Satellites in Global Development
+ People Fighting For A Sustainable Future Have A Powerful New Tool, Huffington Post
+ Remote sensing is leading the way to a more transparent world, Mongabay Wildtech
+ To catch a fishing thief, SkyTruth uses data from the air, land and sea, The Guardian

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