The Saudi Space Commission (SSC) signed the joint statement to accomplish collaboration in the sphere of space activities, and assess its efforts to mitigate climate change’s effects.
The statement is an international gateway to stimulate the interests of local and regional communities in technology for climate action, which will contribute to building local capacities and cadres in this field.
According to “SPA,” “joint international space-based climate observation” is one of the most recent and major international engines for developing solutions based on technologies to address the world’s climate concerns.
This will be by providing specialists and concerned parties with multi-source data, especially satellite data, and information, expertise, and techniques related to monitoring and tracking to conduct studies.
The commission’s aims are based on the acceptance and participation in a joint international statement on climate monitoring to fulfill the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which includes environmental and sustainable development as one of its primary goals.