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Registration open for attending Living Planet Symposium 2022

on 27 April 2022

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) invites you to register to attend the Living Planet Symposium, organised by the European Space Agency with the support of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). This is one of the largest Earth observation conferences in the world and will take place on 23–27 May 2022 in Bonn, Germany. The deadline for registration is 9 May 2022.

Held every three years, each Living Planet Symposium is bigger than the last, reflecting the increasing importance of observing Earth from space in providing critical evidence for global policy on combatting climate change and for action on challenges such as the decarbonisation of Europe by 2050 as outlined in Europe’s Green Deal.

The Living Planet Symposium is the largest Earth observation conference in the world, bringing together international scientists and researchers to present and discuss the latest findings on Earth science and advances in Earth observation technologies.

This renowned event not only attracts scientists and academics, but also those working in the space industry, institutional stakeholders, data users, students and citizens.

Moreover, this extraordinary event also offers unique forums for decision-makers to be better equipped with information, for partnerships to be forged and formalised, for space industries to join the conversation, for students to learn, and for all to explore innovative concepts such as New Space, the digital transformation and commercialisation.

Living Planet Symposium 2022 will focus on initiatives addressing the role of Earth observation in Europe’s Green Deal and global climate change, and challenges such as sustainable development and food security, as well as novel Earth observing techniques.

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