Africa

How satellites can solve Africa's eco-challenges, from deforestation to illegal mining

Digital Earth Africa will use satellite imagery to tell a new story of how Africa’s land has changed over the past 30 years. Image: NASA

Anne Marie Engtoft Larsen

Knowledge Lead, Science and Technology Studies, World Economic Forum Geneva

Nicholas Davis

Professor of Practice, Thunderbird School of Global Management and Visiting Professor in Cybersecurity, UCL Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy

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