Can Satellite Save the World?
Humanity is in a battle to limit climate change and adapt to its unavoidable impacts. With more than 190 nations needing to cooperate, however, progress is slow. But there are many encouraging signs: new ways to detect and measure carbon sources so they can be controlled, new visibility into impacts so they become harder to ignore, and new ways to reveal whether nations keep the commitments they make. These are the fundamental contributions of satellite technology to the battle.
In this conversation, we listen to leading innovators about satellite technologies and services that provide perspective on the entire planet, from trends affecting entire oceans to changes in one square kilometer of land. And we come away with more hope for humanity’s future on planet Earth.
- Guillermo Bosch, Senior Vice President, Business Development, SatADSL
- Marco Cristoforo Camporeale, Head of Digital, Inmarsat Maritime
- Morten Hagland Hansen, Vice President, Maritime & Energy, Ursa Space Systems
- Robert Bell, Executive Director, SSPI (host)
This conversation is part of the Climate Sense campaign. Learn more at www.sspi.org/climatesense.