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Japan launches Earth observation satellite on new flagship H3 rocket
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China fortifies Tiangong space station after Russian satellite explosion
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Unveiling East Asia’s urban landscape: A massive mapping project illuminates 280 million buildings
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Japan successfully launches an advanced Earth observation satellite on its new flagship H3 rocket
Japan has successfully deployed an upgraded Earth observation satellite...
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South Korea launches its own NASA
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Monday, October 9th, 2017

South Australian Consortium Delivering Water Project for Chinese City

Water industry experts from South Australia were appointed to deliver a stormwater harvesting pilot project for the Chinese city of Jinan under the Sponge City program, which is part of AU$400 million being invested in Jinan over...

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Turkish Water to Reach Northern Cyprus Soon

Turkish Cyprus is very close to receiving water from Turkey in a landmark project, said a Turkish Cypriot minister yesterday. “This is the project of the century,“ said Ali Çetin Amcaoğlu, the minister of Forestry and Agriculture of Turkish Cyprus,...

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Water at the Crossroads: Measure – Monitor – Map

Water is a valuable and important resource. Spatial data for water resources is captured through many kinds of map, imaging, surveying and other measurement tools. This data is used to monitor and understand these resources, and is...

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Viet Nam Report Underlines City Water Pollution Problem

All canals in HCM City are heavily polluted by domestic and industrial waste water, according to a newly issued report from the city's Department of Natural Resources and Environment. Testing of environmental criteria for suspended substances, BOD (biodiversity...

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Virtual Water: Monitoring and Measuring the Flow

Real water we all know about, but virtual is something many of us may not be familiar with. Scientists have conducted research that aims to understand the available water for use on the planet, and the virtual...

Monday, February 20th, 2012

Mapping Water Footprints Across The Globe

With the Earth’s freshwater resources under increasing pressure from global changes, researchers argue that water issues must be addressed on a global scale. Pollution, climate change and increased consumption are all putting increased pressure on water resources, and...

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Vietnam – Water Quality Monitoring Systems Outdated

The water environment's observation system is too outdated to manage the large river systems and the rapid pace of development in the country.Viet Nam has a dense system of rivers and streams, which makes up 2 per...

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

Philippines: Local Government Units Told to Climate-proof Land Plans

Speaking at a round-table discussion held in Makati City yesterday, Walter Salzer, director and principal adviser for the Environment and Rural Development Program of the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) said LGUs need to climate-proof or...

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Swinburne Uni Student Wins Award for Irrigation Design

Ed Linacre, an industrial design graduate of Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, has won the 2011 James Dyson Award for his Airdrop irrigation system. In developing the promising new irrigation-by-condensation technique, Linacre has captured the attention of...

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Cook Islands Surveying Water Quality

Marine researchers in the Cook Islands are hoping a new survey can determine a link between poor water quality at beaches and sickness experienced by swimmers. The Ministry of Marine Resources is conducting the three week survey in...

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