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Newsletter #4 Spring 2018 Dear reader, Welcome to the fourth issue of our Scent newsletter. As spring is turning into summer, we would like to update you on some of our activities from the last few months. In this edition, we introduce the Scent Charter focusing on what Scent means to you and to others. […]
Newsletter #3 Winter 2018 Dear reader Welcome to the third issue of our Scent newsletter! We hope you have had a great winter so far. This Winter 2018 issue is published exactly halfway through the project. It includes recent highlights and focuses in particular on our online presence, our involvement in bringing citizen science to […]
The Scent Charter is a dynamic, changing and evolving set of principles, attributes and associated key words that represent the essence of Scent and the participation of you, the public, in achieving the project aims. The Charter takes the form of a “word cloud” which is revised and re-presented on a regular basis based on […]
Newsletter #1 Summer 2017 Dear reader, We are happy to introduce our inaugural Scent newsletter. The newsletter provides regular updates on project progress and informs you about highlights, relevant events and ways to get involved. This issue is an introductory one; it gives you an overview of the status of Scent and of the close […]
Newsletter #2 Autumn 2017 Dear reader, Happy autumn! This is the second issue of the Scent newsletter. The Autumn 2017 issue includes recent highlights and focuses on one topic in particular: drones. It introduces you to unmanned aerial vehicles in general, to their role in Scent and to their revolutionary potential in various fields. The […]
Environmental engagement among citizens is proving to be a global hot topic, as scientific communities are liaising more with the public to foster a wider awareness of the importance of environmental conservation and the consequences of climate change.
The Scent project is pleased to announce the launch of its web site today. The web site will be a core communication channel for all stakeholders involved, including the general public.
Statistics Canada, the national statistics agency, has turned to crowdsourcing in the hope of procuring more detailed information about local buildings in Ottawa.
Scent joined discussions on global Earth observation initiatives at the 13th Plenary Session of the Group on Earth Observations – GEO (GEO-XIII) on 7th – 10th November, 2016, in St. Petersburg.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 688930.