As the world population grows, the demand for food, fuel and raw materials provided by agriculture is also increasing. These growing needs must be satisfied on increasingly smaller area of arable land per capita, while considering environmental sustainability and climate
3.7 million people around the world died in 2012 as a result of outdoor air pollution, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). As a major environmental health problem, air pollution affects people in developed and developing countries alike and
The Fagraskógarfjall landslide was likely triggered by the large volume of rainfall that Iceland received during the 2018 summer. It was one of the largest recorded landslides and has a volume of around 10-20 million m3. It occurred on a
Due to the precautions taken by the Romanian authorities in order to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, this event programmed originally as part of the Eyes’ on Earth Roadshow in Bucharest, will be held fully online.
Due to the precautions taken by the Romanian authorities in order to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, this closed event will be held online.
Due to the developing coronavirus outbreak, this training event is postponed to a later date not defined yet. More information should be available soon.
Freshwater is a fundamental resource for human civilisation, its availability or unavailability is directly linked to water security, food security, economic productivity and conflicts. Moreover, its ecosystems play major role in driving global biodiversity and ecological stability, though they are
ISAE-SUPAERO, a leading aerospace engineering school located in Toulouse, France, will host on 26 February 2020 a training session given by a RUS Copernicus expert about the use of Sentinel-5P data for atmosphere quality assessment. Sentinel-5P was launched in October
RUS Copernicus will provide a two days hands-on training session at the Observatory of Tartu University – Faculty of Science and Technology – in Estonia on 18 & 19 February 2020. This training session will be dedicated to Land Applications, involving
Morocco offers very fascinating landforms and landscapes and is an attractive field for who studies geology. We have chosen the Anti-Atlas area, where most of the land is dry and barren, with annual precipitation less than 200 mm, and thus,