Uganda has one of the highest rates of deforestation in the world. Using satellite images, researchers devised a plan to protect the trees.
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.
Gravitational waves were first detected on Earth. But soon the search continues in space. This Tuesday the satellite LISA Pathfinder will be switched off. Her data will live on in a new experiment.
At the rate the Americans send satellites into space, you'd be right to ask, is it special anymore? Not very. But the Sentinel-2B satellite launch next week is. It's a "breakthrough" in European technology.
The first pictures of earth from space, the first bicycles on earth, trash problems in the Mediterranean Sea, waterways changing color and controversial logging laws - a look back at the week in environmental news.
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