May 5th, 2016


1030 hrs London Time

Webinar Recording

37 minutes


Bhanu Rekha
Managing Editor-GeoBuiz
Geospatial Media & Communications

Kumar Navulur
Senior Director
Strategic Business Development

The United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015. The Agenda, with a list of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 associated targets, attempts to put the world on an inclusive and sustainable course by 2030. Food security; availability of clean water, affordable and clean energy, health and education; developing sustainable cities and communities; decent work and economic growth; sustainable management of natural resources and combating climate change are the primary target areas for the Agenda. Earth Observation data and information undoubtedly offers cost-effective technology means for the success of SDGs.


What UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is all about

Earth observation and geospatial data to measure and monitor SDGs’ progress

How national mapping, remote sensing, users, implementers, policy makers can best use earth observation data to achieve their goals

Know more about institutional mechanisms at global and regional levels to use EO data for achieving SDGs

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