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Blog Entry30m SRTM data available for Africa
Whitehouse news release (September 23, 2014): 'President Obama Announces New Actions To Strengthen Global Resilience To Climate Change And Launches Partnerships To Cut Carbon Pollution'
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Blog EntryMapping African Agriculture
To better reveal the spatial distribution and patterns of farming in Sub-Saharan Africa, HarvestChoice created MAPPR, a tool for interacting with the core collection of detailed, high-resolution maps covering all aspects of agricultural production.
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Blog EntryMapping Dar es Salaam
The Dar es Salaam community mapping project has also been featured on the World Bank's IC4D blog.
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Welcome to EPDI
The overall aim of the EnviroProjects Digital Initiative is to enhance environmental awareness though improved online access and communication of environmental data and information.
Website Services
EPDI's Website Services are based on the open source Plone content management system, and has also developed a Website Template to reduce time and cost in developing and managing a site.
Geospatial services
Geospatial services currently focus on implementing the open source GeoNetwork Opensource application - a geospatial metadata catalogue and geographic data visualisation platform.
Blog EntrySDI Regional Newsletters for April 2012
SDI Regional Newsletters for April 2012 released.
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Blog EntryUNEP report released: 21 Issues for the 21st Century: Result of the UNEP Foresight Process on Emerging Environmental Issues (Feb 2012)
The purpose of the UNEP Foresight Process is to produce, every two years, a careful and authoritative ranking of the most important emerging issues related to the global environment.
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Blog Entry3rd International Conference on the Use of Space Technology for Water Management
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA), the Government of Morocco and the Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW) are jointly co-organizing the above Conference to promote the use of space technology for benefits of the developing countries.
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Blog EntryNew satellite data receiving station at SERVIR-Africa "sees" 75 percent of African continent
SERVIR-Africa and the Regional Centre for Mapping Resources for Development (RCMRD), SERVIR's partner organization in Kenya, now have direct access to real-time data from Earth observation satellites.
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Last updated: Jan 16, 2012
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