Geospatial Information-Enabled SDGs Monitoring
ISC organizes a webinar as part of its Distinguished Lectures Series: “Geospatial Information-Enabled SDGs Monitoring”.
A systematic follow-up and review through indicators-based tracking and reporting of the progress towards 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through integration of statistical data and geo-information is a challenging task and a hot topic for both governmental agencies and scientific communities. This lecture provides an overview of United Nation recognized good practice on monitoring of geospatial information-enabled SDGs, which demonstrates how the overall SDGs progress at a local context can be well measured through developing a set of indicator-based, data driven and evidence-supported approaches with a geographic perspective.
Discover more in the “ISC Distinguished Lecture Series: Basic Sciences For Sustainable Development” webinar featuring Chen Jun from the National Geomatics Center of China.
Nine ISC Members forming GeoUnions proposed to establish the programme “Distinguished Lecture Series on Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development” to promote the IYBSSD2022, and to highlight the importance of basic sciences for the ISC community.