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Le DEWA/GRID-Genève fait partie du groupe global de centres d'information du PNUE, connus sous le nom de réseau "Global Resource Information Database" (GRID). Les GRIDs-Genève et Nairobi ont été les premiers centres à être lancés en 1985. Les centres GRID facilitent non seulement l'accès aux données et à l'information environnementales mais en produisent également pour les prises de décisions et la mise en place de politiques; ils soutiennent la révision continue par le PNUE de l'état de l'environnement ainsi que des tendances; et ils fournissent des pré-alertes sur les problèmes et les menaces environnementales émergentes.      Plus d'info...

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2018
08
Aug
6-7 August 2018. The GRID centres network

UN Environment and USGS renew their collaboration regarding GRID Sioux-Falls. The Directors or GRID-Warsaw, GRID-Arendal, GRID Sioux-Falls and GRID-Geneva met at the Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center in Sioux Falls (South Dakota, USA), to reinforce the collaboration between the GRID centres. The four GRID centres are working together on turning data into information for monitoring the state of the environment and on identifying emerging environmental issues (foresight brief). GRID Sioux Falls is located at the EROS Center, the heart of Landsat satellite imagery.



2018
25
Jun
New article from GRID-Geneva about the Planetary Boundaries concept

The Planetary Boundaries concept, identifies a set of nine bio-physical limits of the Earth system that should be respected in order to maintain conditions favourable to further human development. As a contribution to the international discussion, and using the case of Switzerland, this study proposes a methodology to apply the Planetary Boundaries concept on the national level.
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2018
28
May
GRID-Geneva director interview about sand

Dr Pascal Peduzzi, GRID-Geneva director, was interviewed about sand in the "prise de terre" broadcast of the Swiss Radio on May 19, 2018.
Listen to the interview (in french)


2018
07
May
GRID-Geneva director interview about remote sensing

Dr Pascal Peduzzi, GRID-Geneva director, was interviewed about remote sensing and sand shortage in the "cqfd" broadcast of the Swiss Radio on April 27, 2018.
Listen to the interview (in french)

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