Posted 17 September 2021

In November 2021, the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) will take place in Glasgow, Scotland, shining a light on the activities needed to combat global climate change. By providing data from satellites, Europe’s flagship Copernicus programme delivers evidence of our changing climate and supports vital climate research.

Click on each image to download our special posters (A3 format; 4-5Mb):

  • Poster 1: Examples of current Sentinel and contributing missions’ contributions to climate change research.
  • Poster 2: Future Copernicus missions for climate research.

RHEA Group Copernicus satellites and climate change poster in English
RHEA Group Copernicus future satellites and climate change poster in English

(These posters are free to print: © RHEA Group 2021)

You can read more about how the Copernicus programme is supporting climate research and the work being done by the ESA Climate Office in the latest issue of OpenSpace magazine.

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