Progress in Addressing Biodiversity from Space
Time: 15:00 - 16:10
Earth’s biodiversity is reducing dramatically and rapidly. All of life on Earth is pressured by the changing climate and other human actions. Space-based observations are essential to understanding the state of biodiversity and the impacts of climate change and other factors affecting biodiversity so that informed action can mitigate this challenge. Hear Agency leaders for Earth Observations provide an integrated view of this much needed application of the unique capabilities of space-based observations.
Director, Earth Science and Technology, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Chair, IAF Earth Observations Committee
Karen ST. GERMAIN