The European Commission and European Space Agency are launching the first satellite in the Copernicus global monitoring program. The data is meant to aid climate researchers and natural disaster aid workers.
Diplomats and environmentalists are fighting to save the world at climate talks in Bonn, but cinema has already had a head start. In the movie world, mankind has long been fighting for survival in a destroyed world.
The latest European Sentinel satellite went into orbit after taking off from Russia. It will provide data to help emergency services manage their response to natural disasters.
"Cli-fi" movies are turning global warming into apocalyptic drama, but the genre's latest release – Geostorm – has been slammed as insensitive to climate-change victims. Can a good story motivate people to take action?
The European Space Agency (ESA) has launched the newest addition to its multi-billion-euro Copernicus program. The monitoring network aims to track pollution, deforestation, weather, and other changes on Earth's surface.
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