Uniting UK space-enabled climate expertise and services

Who we are

Chaired by the UK Space Agency, Space4Climate spans government, industry and academia, uniting those with expertise in the development of satellites, analysis and exploitation of data they gather, and production of quality assured global data and climate services.

Trusted services

Our mission is to ensure a seamless supply of trusted climate intelligence from space so that the UK offers a thriving, supportive environment for the development of quality assured products and services enabling climate-smart decisions, disclosures and climate-sensitive planning.

What we do

We connect UK producers and global users of trusted Earth observation data and actionable space-enabled climate analytics and services. We respond rapidly to emerging needs and develop new opportunities and collaborations. Discover more about our membership activities.

We’re launching a one-year countdown to highlight the UK’s world-leading role in climate research in satellite observations, data for climate and climate-action.
Latest update: Taking part in COP26 – applications deadline 17:00 GMT on Friday 5 March 2021.

The UK Government has invested £10m to improve availability of trusted climate data to the green finance sector in a move welcomed by the Bank of England.

Gerardo Lopez-Saldana has spent more than two decades studying Earth observation – here he shares his passion for removing barriers to the use of EO data.

We welcome the formal launch of the Dasgupta Review today (February 2, 2021). As Prof Sir Partha Dasgupta stresses, environmental and climatic conditions are integral for all aspects of the health of our planet’s ecosystems.

Photo credit  |  USGS/ESA