RAdio Detection And Ranging, or RADAR, was developed during World War II and has gone on to benefit society beyond wartimes. Did you know RADAR detects rain, snow, tornado debris, and even bugs and birds?
In the Arctic, climate change is occurring four times more rapidly than the rest of the world. It's also where we have significant data and science gaps and where foreign policy challenges are magnified. Marisol Maddox from the Wilson Center joins the Triple Point for an enlightening discussion.
Without the information gathered from the Hurricane Hunters, the intensity and track of hurricane predictions would be wildly inaccurate. Take a journey with us as we explore Hurricane Hunter missions in Michael, Ian, and even the atmospheric rivers that flooded California this January.
Earth Observation has changed since the first satellite launch in the 60s, and commercial satellite tech is on the rise since 2000. How will the public and especially developing countries benefit from these commercial satellite enterprises? How must public-private partnerships change in this space?
Over 330 million people in the world suffer from asthma, and even more find themselves sneezing and wheezing when it comes to irritating allergies. Environmental information can be paired with individual health symptoms to create personalized environmental health intelligence platforms.