CommonSensing Knowledge Hub
Access online courses on wide-ranging topics to refresh your technical knowledge on a specific topic or get familiarized with new methodologies and approaches.
Under this section you can find all current and archived training session contents.
This section offers skill-based learning with relatively small and focused learning units.
Welcome To CommonSensing Knowledge Hub
Pacific Island Countries are on the front line of climate change and natural hazards. The CommonSensing is funded through a grant from the UK Space Agency’s International Partnership Programme (IPP) which supports cutting-edge research and innovation on global issues affecting developing countries. The grant funding is supplemented by contributions from the project partners and matched with in-kind contributions from the three participating nations: Fiji, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. The CommonSensing (CS) project led by UNITAR-UNOSAT, was created with the aim to improve resilience to climate change, including disaster risk reduction, and to contribute to sustainable development in three Commonwealth Pacific island countries. The project aims at developing satellite-based information services that will directly match challenges and needs to support the three nations in their goals to strengthen capacity to access climate finance and report on climate funds; strengthen national and regional climate action policy; and reduce the impact and improved risk management of natural disasters and food security.
CommonSensing knowledge hub is created as a repository of knowledge and capacities developed during the project. This platform will also offer updated technical contents beyond project closure driven by GIS users’ groups and CommonSensing user community to ensure sustainability.
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The CommonSensing is financed by the UK Space Agency through their International Partnership Programme (IPP) funded from the BEIS Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF)