Coordinating and integrating Earth Observation activities


Thematic priorities of the Project




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Inventorying the Regional
Earth Observation capacities.

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Regional Networking Platform.

Pilot Activities

Follow our pilot activities in four thematic areas: Adaptation to Climate Change, Improved Food Security & Water Extremes Management, and better Access to Raw Materials & Energy

Survey & Networking Platform

Take part in our ongoing survey into the Regional Earth Observation Capacities. Become part of the GEO-CRADLE Earth Observation Community and engage with other EO stakeholders in the Balkans, North Africa and Middle East.


Access, search and share Earth Observation Data for the three regions.

Funding Opportunities

Explore the available funding opportunities and the benefit of being a member of the GEO-CRADLE network. Make synergies with other relevant stakeholders and increase your perspectives.

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AWS grant

GEO and Amazon Web Services collaborate to provide cloud credits for projects that improve understanding of our planet

GEO member agencies and research organizations from developing countries are ... See more

The intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) is leading a worldwide effort to build a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) over the next 10 years.

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Climate from Space Competition

Art and Science!
ESA is giving this opportunity to artists in order to submit an original concept that conveys the theme of “Climate from Space”!
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The European Space Agency's Climate Office seeks to develop new creative outreach material to communicate its work to the public.We invite artists to submit an original concept that conveys the ... See more

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"The GEO-CRADLE Initiative: Coordination and Integration of EO Activities Accelerating the Development of Links with Copernicus & GEO/GEOSS" presented this morning by Alexia Tsouni, NOA, in the ... See more

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