Out of this world! Satellites launch to fight climate change

The UK Space Agency has provided £15m to UK-based companies to develop satellites that tackle climate change and protect wildlife

Have you packed for a £600k Space Odyssey?

New competition offers the first prize to a young scientist who will come up with the best design of a nanosatellite

Cambridge Water uses satellites to predict and detect leaks

The technology produces satellite images covering 3,500km which are sent directly to the water company’s field staff, who can then investigate the area and pinpoint the leak

Consultation on green spaceflight from British soil lifts off

Government seeks views on the environmental impact of spaceflight

UN and UK launch mission to clear up space junk

Space debris can be a hazard to active satellites and spacecraft

Large methane leaks ‘increased dramatically by 32%’ in first eight months of 2020

The emissions in Algeria, Russia and Turkmenistan have increased by more than 40%, according to a report

Satellites to detect Finnish district heating network leaks in new innovative pilot project

The programme, which will focus on thermal differences data on the ground surface, aims to support the energy sector’s transition to carbon-neutrality

Airbus to develop thermal instrument to support Franco-Indian climate satellite

Observations from the new satellite are expected to enhance the understanding of the water cycle and better define the impacts of climate change

New £5m satellite data centre steps up fight against climate change

The project is seeking 50 ‘outstanding candidates’ from environmental science, maths, physics, engineering and computer science disciplines to undertake a PhD in the innovation centre

New £7.35m fund to support small satellite launch from Cornwall

Access to space is a vital tool for global efforts to tackle climate change