Source: Water-ForCE

As climate change and other pressures from human activity drive biodiversity loss even further, there is a definite need to be able to assess and define the extent of the harm done. With biodiversity being necessary for natural processes that support life on Earth, and with healthy ecosystems relying on the abundance of a wide range of flora and fauna in the environment, we need to be able to see how these systems are affected across the many different ecosystems- including inland waters which provide key ecosystem services related to water.

For our eighth webinar, we will be looking at the ways that Copernicus services are being used to monitor biodiversity in inland waters.

 When: November 30, 2022 16:00 – 17:00 CET.

Webinar format: Online event (link will be sent after registration).

Participation is free but does require registration.

Stay tuned for the speakers announcement!

For questions and further information please contact us at [email protected].


Water-ForCE is a Horizon 2020 Coordination and Support Action (2021-2023) dedicated to developing a roadmap for the water component for the future Copernicus services. Our goal is to address the current disconnects between remote sensing and in situ observation research, deliver clarity in terms of the needs and expectations of the public and private sectors of the core Copernicus Program and the wider research and business innovation opportunities.

In this webinar series we want to address the relationship between water and public sector and business domains and ensure we represent all applications and domains in our Roadmap. Your views are important for us to develop the water component for the future Copernicus services.