From 22 to 26 November, the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) organizes the GEOWeek2021. This event convenes scientists, researchers, UN representatives, policymakers, and academics to discuss how earth observation, notably through the lens of nexus thinking, addresses climate change, biodiversity, the ocean, and ecosystem restoration. Most of the GEOWeek2021 will run on the following Airmeet event platform. Here, the remains of an ancient forest, possibly dead around 3500 BC, on the beach at Ynyslas, in Wales, Great Britain, pictured by David Hurn in 2008.
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