Space-based Weather Capabilities in the Arctic

When: Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Time: 8:00 - 9:30 AM

Where: 32nd Space Symposium hosted by the Space Foundation in Colorado Springs, CO

Held at the 32nd Space Symposium hosted by the Space Foundation, this invite-only roundtable gathered stakeholders to discuss the value of improved weather capabilities in the Arctic, identify projects of mutual benefit and assess means for collective action.  Co-organized by SWF and Harris Corporation, the roundtable built upon a January 2015 discussion hosted by SWF - Space and the Arctic: Why Space Capabilities Are Important for Sustainable Arctic Development - to focus on the role of enhanced space-based weather capabilities for sustainable development of the Arctic and improved understanding of the changing climate. A non-attribution summary of the discussion is available below. 

Event Materials

For more information, please contact SWF Project Manager Laura Delgado López

For more information about SWF's activities at the 32nd Space Symposium, please see here .


Last updated on April 28, 2016