The growing global awareness and imperative to address climate challenges has made Earth Observation (EO) a critical asset for businesses and governments worldwide in their quest to combat climate change effectively. Indeed, EO serves as a vital tool for monitoring climate change. To address climate challenges, assesses vulnerabilities, and manage disasters, EO has become a.
Talk of ESG seems to be everywhere from increasing regulatory requirements, stakeholder interest, to social pressures. However, not everyone is on board the ESG train. In NSR’s Space ESG Assessment (Jan, 2023) only 46% of surveyed entities currently offer an outward facing ESG policy. With more than half of the surveyed space companies lacking an.
More importantly, as the march towards mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reporting continues across the world, how should space sector players consider their own roles or market opportunities?
As the space industry embarks on perhaps its most transformational year yet, we at NSR thought it would be a great time to make bold predictions on the year ahead. The predictions provided herein range across the satellite & space market, but one trend is clear: never before has such change been thrust upon the.
Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) applications are a major driver for Earth Observation (EO) markets, but the overarching question on demand for non-imagery sources in the long-term, and the size of the opportunity is still front and center.