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Space solutions for a sustainable world

Space. An infinite expanse of scientific knowledge awaiting discovery. For those who have ventured into Space, what often most fascinates them is the beauty and vulnerability of our planet Earth. Space for our Planet looks at the integral role that Space has to play in the United Nations 2030 Agenda. To this end, we have interviewed 25 people from fishermen to astronauts, from students to climate experts, to examine how space technologies contribute to the attainment of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

In the race to conquer Space we should strive to ensure that our ultimate and most precious goal is a sustainable, protected, poverty-free and peaceful planet.

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Season 1
Francesco Giordano & Domenica Arias (Interview in English)
Professor of Physics and Student at University of Bari, Italy
Season 1, episode 75
/ 6 min
Maria Grano (Interview English)
Professor of Histology University of Bari, Italy
Season 1, episode 74
/ 8 min
Paola Nicchia (Interview English)
Prorector University of Bari, Italy
Season 1, episode 73
/ 3 min
Francesco Giordano & Domenica Arias
Professore di Fisica & Studentessa, Università di Bari, Italia
Season 1, episode 72
/ 7 min
Paola Nicchia
Prorettrice Università di Bari, Italia (Interview IT)
Season 1, episode 71
/ 3 min
Maria Grano
Professore di Istologia Università di Bari, Italia (Interview IT)
Season 1, episode 70
/ 9 min
Interview of Evi Papantoniou, Acting Director for Space, DG DEFIS, European Commission
Space programmes, such as Earth observation (Copernicus) and localisation (Galileo/EGNOS), play a key role in achieving the SDGs
Season 1, episode 68
/ 9 min
I want to make sure companies know their impact on climate change - Hannah Helmke
German version
Season 1, episode 67
/ 4 min
Interview of Ricardo Conde, President of Portugal Space
Season 1, episode 58
/ 6 min
Using satellites, I study the oceans and protect marine life
Jorge Fontes, Marine Biologist, University of Azores , Horta Department Oceanography and fisheries, Portugal
Season 1, episode 56
/ 5 min
We can follow the dynamics of climate change to monitor infrastructures and build early warning systems
Interview of Kai Fürstenberg, Projectleader Institut der Feuerwehr NRW, Münster, Germany
Season 1, episode 55
/ 7 min
Space observation helps us to monitor water quality and protect biodiversity
Interview of Kerstin Stelzer, Physical geographer, Brockmann Consult, Hamburg, Germany
Season 1, episode 54
/ 9 min
Using Space, we can forecast air quality and fight epidemics
Interview of Isabel Franco Trigo, Coordinator Earth Observation Unit, IPMA, Lisbon, Portugal
Season 1, episode 53
/ 5 min
Using space data, we can help farmers adapt to climate change
Interview of Katja Berger, Post-doctorate researcher, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany
Season 1, episode 52
/ 5 min
We use Space to make offshore windfarms more efficient and sustainable
Interview of Antonio Sarmento, President of Wavec, Portugal
Season 1, episode 51
/ 5 min
The point of view of Debra Elmegreen, President, International Astronomical Union (IAU)
"We are all together under one sky"
Season 1, episode 50
/ 4 min
Dark skies need to be preserved to continue to inspire the present and future generations
Interview of Connie Walker, Scientist, NOIRlab, Tucson, Arizona
Season 1, episode 49
/ 8 min
Lo Spazio ci aiuta a proteggere il patrimonio archeologico
Irma Della Giovampaola, Archeologa Ministero Della Cultura – Roma, Italia
Season 1, episode 48
/ 4 min
Giuseppe Acierno, Intervista IT
Season 1, episode 47
/ 5 min
Luca Parmitano, Intervista (IT)
Season 1, episode 46
/ 11 min
Interview of Giorgio Saccoccia, President, Italian Space Agency (ASI)
Season 1, episode 44
/ 6 min
Space helps us to conserve our archaeological heritage
Irma Della Giovampaola, Archeologist, Ministero Della Cultura, Rome, Italy
Season 1, episode 43
/ 6 min

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