CSEOL Updates!

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe has launched a photography contest under the title: "Humans locked down, nature unlocked: a global photo contest on flora and fauna in the time of COVID-19 in support of the restoration of ecosystems", on the occasion of World Environment Day.
Call for proposals for the LandSense Innovation Challenge is now open.
The first Swiss Citizen Science Conference will take place 14-15 January, 2021 and will be fully virtual. Submit your ideas!
The session will deliver lightning talks from young professionals on how youth and innovation go hand in hand to deliver solutions, on land, soil and water resources management, for a sustainable tomorrow.
This week it will take place the third webinar in the series titled, "Serving Society with Space Data" organised by the Space Enabled Research Group (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Secure World Foundation.
GEO has announced an open invitation to gauge the interest and support for a new Community Activity in the 2020-2022 GEO Work Programme focused on EO for Climate Change Impacts on World Heritage Cities.
This HLPF side event is being organised by FILAC, CANEUS, GEO, NASA, Conservation International, Agvesto, and Saraniasat. Recognizing and honouring indigenous culture and knowledge, as well as supporting indigenous stewardship of the millions of acres of land under indigenous management represents a potential transformative pathway to meeting the SDGs.
Interview to James Rattling Leaf Sr., a member of South Dakota's Rosebud Sioux tribe and one of the founding members of the GEO Indigenous Alliance.
The REINFORCE project (Research Infrastructures FOR Citizens in Europe), supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 SWAFS programme, has launched its new fully-developed website.
The Space Enabled Research Group (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Secure World Foundation organise the second webinar in a series titled, "Serving Society with Space Data".