Digital Earth Pacific for Solomon Islands

Digital Earth Pacific: A transformative tool unlocking access to data for Pacific youth to understand how their planet is changing in real-time 

During the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change's 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) held in Dubai, an event was held to showcase a new digital public infrastructure tool for policy and decision-makers in the Pacific.  

The launch of Digital Earth Pacific during the 53rd meeting of the Committee of Representatives of Governments and Administrations and the 13th Conference

(L-R): Ms Rhonda Robinson, SPC GEM Director, Hon. Panapasi Nelesone, Minister of Justice, Communication and Foreign Affairs of Tuvalu, Honourable Aren B Palik Vice-President of the Federated States of Micronesia, Dr Stuart Minchin, Director General of…

What is Digital Earth Pacific - video

Digital Earth Pacific (DEP) is an operational earth observation system that uses decades of satellite data to show how local environments are changing over time. This includes changes to land cover and land use to better target humanitarian assistance…

Digital Earth Pacific partnering with governments for capacity development

Digital Earth Pacific is being co-developed with Pacific countries across the region, and recently, the team worked with the Government of Tonga and technical teams to develop tools that help the country access data on land cover and land use. This…

Digital Earth Pacific monitoring gravel extraction for economic development

Digital Earth Pacific monitoring mangroves damage and recovery following Tropical Cyclone Winston

Digital Earth Pacific's access to data and innovative tools, Ahi's story

Digital Earth Pacific in management and conservation of blue carbon ecosystems

The Pacific Community (SPC) hosts first DEP LCAST national workshop in Nuku’alofa

This media release was originally published on the Kingdom of Tonga website. Participants and guests of honor during the LCAST workshop - credit SPC
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