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Imja Glacier Himalazas, Photo: ESA

“Water is a vital natural resource without which life would cease to exist. Water conservation and resources management represent some of the most critical environmental issues currently facing humankind. Space technology and applications play a key role in understanding global water cycles, mapping water courses, and monitoring and mitigating the effects of floods and droughts".
- UNOOSA, 2018

Our Vision

... is to enable all stakeholders involved in the space and water communities to access data and knowledge, to be creative and to realize their full potential in contributing to a world in which the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all has become a reality.

Photo: ESA

Surface Water disappeared
210 Satellites Launched in 2017
96.9 Mio people are on avg. affected by floods yearly
SDG 1
Zero Hunger
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SDG 5
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SDG 8
SDG 9
SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities
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SDG 17
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