Earthzine is an on-line publication for the international Earth-observing community that fosters Earth observation and global awareness. Earthzine is a contribution of the IEEE Committee on Earth Observation to the Group on Earth Observation in support of the Global Earth Observing System of Systems (GEOSS). Earthzine serves as an arm for vitally-needed public outreach by providing information on the science and technology underlying Earth observations and the need and utility for Earth information.
Fostering Earth Observation & Global Awareness
As an on-line publication, Earthzine is updated regularly with news from around the world about the Earth, Earth observations, environmental policy, and new and emerging environmentally-friendly and earth-observing technologies.
In addition to these on-going updates, the site provides in-depth content on a quarterly theme supporting one of the nine societal benefit areas identified by GEOSS: Disaster Mitigation, Health, Energy, Climate, Water, Weather, Ecosystems, Agriculture and Biodiversity.
Our goal is to publish materials that are inspirational to new and future Earth observers and promote greater awareness of the Earth through its observation.
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Earthzine is made possible through a network of volunteers. It’s free to anyone who visits www.earthzine.org. Please subscribe to the Earthzine Newsletter that is e-mailed on the full moon.
You too may contribute! You are welcome to share your comments on the posted articles. Additional opportunities to volunteer, including submitting articles, providing editorial or peer review, or conducting outreach, can be found on the About page.
We look forward to hearing from you.