GLOBAL SPACE CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE (GLOC)

31 May – 2 June 2022, Oslo, Norway

 

Following its mission to promote international development and share knowledge, the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) and its member the Norwegian Space Agency (NOSA) are pleased to announce that the 2022 Global Space Conference on Climate Change (GLOC 2022) will be taking place in Oslo, Norway on 31 May – 2 June 2022. GLOC 2022 will contribute to the global efforts to better understand and battle climate change through the use of space-based services and applications. First conference of its kind, GLOC 2022 is designed to encouraging the sharing of programmatic, technical and policy information, as well as collaborative solutions, challenges, lessons learnt, and paths forward among all nations. GLOC 2022 will address various topics of interest in relation to space and climate change with a specific focus on:

  • Causes and Effects of Climate Change
  • Possible Solutions
  • Space Remote Sensing / Satellite Monitoring / !earth Observation
  • Maritime Surveillance
  • Intergovernmental and Interagency Actions
  • Climate Change and our daily lives

The conference programme is designed to bring together the international community, including senior representatives of the major space agencies, industries, governments, policy makers, academia and NGOs, as well as representatives of non-space sectors involved in the climate change debate. These leaders in the field will converge in Oslo, Norway to present results, exchange ideas, debate roadmaps, and discuss the future opportunities provided by space activities to contribute to the global climate change mitigation efforts.