The Remote sensing Environment, Analysis and Climate Technologies Technical Committee (REACT TC)
The Remote sensing Environment, Analysis and Climate Technologies Technical Committee (REACT TC) is a venue for all scientists and engineers in the domain of environment and the impact on the environment due to climate change forcing in order to exchange ideas and share knowledge. It aims at advancing science, defining requirements for science driven mission concepts and data products in the domain of Cryosphere, Biosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere and Geosphere.
Cloud to Street
The University of Tokyo
|Carlos Lopez Martinez|
The next webinar in the Sustainability series is on December 7th at 12 Noon EST on using remote sensing to detect Methane emissions. Sign up here.
An invited session is planned for IGARSS 2022 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia taking place 17-22 July, 2022. The session is open to all that like to share their recent results on remote sensing towards sustainable development goals and is entitled as ‘Advances in remote sensing towards sustainable development goals’.
The technical committee will meet at IGARSS 2022. We will organize a hybrid (in presence and online) discussion session on what can be done more in remote sensing to advance and to reach the sustainable development goals.
- Down to Earth Podcast: Episode 2 features Dr. Beth Tellman who talks about using remote sensing to combat climate change.
- Webinar on Using Remote Sensing to Promote Sustainability
The REACT TC is open for a wide range of people with different expertise and background and working in different application areas. We are happy if you provide feedback, suggestions, or ideas for future activities.
You can engage with us by contacting the Committee Chairs by email, join the LinkedIn IEEE GRSS Forum, or join the REACT TC!