Group on Earth Observation Biodiversity

Founding Year: 2005

Staff: 15

Budget:

Prof. Dr. Gilberto Camara (Secretariat Director)

An “intergovernmental partnership of 105 countries promoting shared and open data and information on Earth observations.” The global network connects “government institutions, academic and research institutions, data providers, businesses, engineers, scientists and experts to create innovative solutions to global challenges at a time of exponential data growth, human development and climate change that transcend national and disciplinary boundaries. ” Its community includes “over 100 participating organizations including research institutions, data providers, businesses, engineers, scientists to promote broad open data sharing to improve the state of our planet.”

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Group on Earth Observation Biodiversity contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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