09.11.2017 COP22 COP 23, the importance of space applications to assess global warming
COP23 helps to make progress on instruments for implementing decisions of the Paris Agreement, ratified 2 years ago by...
29.05.2017 References NEXTGEOSS, a European data hub for the future GEOSS
The H2020 NextGEOSS project, a European contribution to GEOSS, will develop the next generation of European Earth Observation...
04.03.2017 CLS group Sentinel 2, a valuable tool in environmental studies
The implementation of optical images with other satellite data makes it possible to implement large-scale strategic plans...
03.03.2017 COP22 CLS keep an eye on the oceans
With nearly 20 years of expertise, CLS uses data from several satellites including sentinels to develop new...
02.03.2017 COP22 Sentinel 2-B, soon !
Sentinel-2A will be joined by its twin, the Sentinel-2B satellite on the night of March 6-7. These...
02.07.2016 COP22 100, 000 animals tracked for 30 years by satellite
BIODIVERSITY… HIGH STAKES FOR HUMANITY #COP21CLS Image © C. Bost CEBC-CNRS
03.06.2016 COP22 CLS & Sentinel 1 : Mediterranean pollution
CLS detects oil spills by using satellite radar images, determines the drift trajectories of oil slicks to...
19.02.2016 Last News & Events Hydrology : monitoring floodwaters
The two major challenges covering all of these themes are the preservation of environmental resources and ecosystems, and universal access to water (mainly for drinking) and sanitation. In this context, CNES has been commissioned to support the development of satellite applications and services in the field of water, in particular.
17.02.2016 COP22 SENTINEL-3, higher resolution, more detailed data
How can we monitor the effects of global warming, optimize management of our freshwater resources, help traditional local fishermen exploit marine resources in a sustainable way, and ensure a safe route for skippers in solo round-the-world races?
18.01.2016 COP22 JASON-3 successfully launched : sunday 17 january
Jason-3 will ensure supporting operational oceanography and monitoring of the sea-level trend, a key indicator of climate change.