Our world faces many urgent challenges, such as climate change, water insecurity and food insecurity. Maintaining and improving the quality of life around the world requires bringing together innovators from all disciplines and countries to find creative solutions.
A fundamental tool for understanding and improving the urgent challenges facing our world is Earth observation data., that is, data collected in outer space about life here on Earth. Earth observation data provide accurate, publicly accessible information about our atmosphere, oceans, ecosystems, land cover, and built environment. The United States and its partners have a long history of exploring deep space and making data sets from satellite, airborne, and in situ sensors openly available to all.
Your goal in this challenge is to create a visualization using Earth observation data that advances at least one of the following Sustainable development goals (SDG):
By participating, you can be part of NASA’s initiative to Transform to open science and make Earth observation data available to everyone.
Award: 10-day space study program, with travel, accommodation and tuition covered.
Opening date: November 15, 2023
Closing date: January 26, 2024
For more information visit: https://www.drivendata.org/competitions/256/