BeZero Carbon, a ratings agency for the voluntary carbon market (VCM) has partnered with satellite services provider Planet Labs PBC (NYSE:PL).
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The UK branch of Europe’s largest business incubation programme for space tech startups has passed a milestone of £200 million in funding, powered by investment in satellite tech for climate action.
This week's headlines brought news of several innovative technologies that are driving the transition to a sustainable future. In this roundup article, we explore some of the dominant trends.
Agtech Origin Digital and Aspia Space have announced the launch of a technology that would allow farmers to measure the height of grass from space.
As oil and gas operators try to tackle emissions on the ground, MethaneSAT aims to locate and quantify them from orbit – with data published for all to see.
ERM, a multinational consultancy firm, has joined forces with Planet Labs to provide satellite imagery services to help its clients advance their sustainability strategies.
UK space and climate tech company Satellite Vu has secured £81 million worth of purchase options from thirty companies for their Early Access Programme (EAP).
NASA and IBM (NYQ: IBM) have teamed up to combine the former’s geospatial data with the latter’s foundation artificial intelligence (AI) models to study climate change. The collaboration includes a future project that is part of NASA’s Open-Source Science Initiative to help scientific research at the nascent stage, which could benefit climate-tech startups.