GEOARC Reports and Datasets Released on Global Terrestrial Ecosystems, Typical Lakes, Eurasian Grassland and Food Security to support Sustainable Development Goals

Blog / December 17, 2021

The Global Ecosystem and Environment Observation Analysis Research Cooperation (GEOARC), performs ecosystem and environment monitoring and analysis at global and regional scales, is dedicated to providing public goods and scientific findings for decision making linked to the GEO Engagement Priorities, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Climate Action, Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilient Cities and Human Settlements. Based on work with the GEO community, GEOARC released 4 annual analysis reports and 37 datasets in 2021.

The datasets and reports provide knowledge on terrestrial ecosystems, lakes, grasslands and crop production, using 2015 as the baseline for assessing the implementation of the SDGs.

All the deliverables, including reports and datasets, have been released and shared with the public through ChinaGEOSS Data Sharing Network. Moreover, reports and datasets under the GEOARC framework in the past 10 years can also be accessed free of charge.

In the future, further advances the annual report with a global perspective Work to help form solutions for the world’s environmental protection and sustainable development.

You can read a summary of the reports here.

We invite you to join us in working towards a shared future for all life on Earth!

Leading Scientists of 2021 Annual Reports:

Sustainable Development Trend of Global Terrestrial Ecosystems led by Qinhuo Liu, Co-chair of GEOARC and GEOMUSYQ, Professor of Aerospace Information Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences (liuqh@aircas.ac.cn).

Ecological and Environmental Status of Global Typical Lakes led by Qi Zhang, Professor of Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (qzhang@niglas.ac.cn)

Eurasia Grassland Ecological Status led by Xiaoping Xin, Professor of Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning, Academy of Agricultural Sciences (xinxiaoping@caas.cn) 

Crop Production Outlook and the State of Food Security led by Bingfang Wu, Professor of Aerospace Information Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences(wubf@aircas.ac.cn).

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