October has ended and November has already begun! If you have missed the latest news & social media posts from Planet in October, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Make sure that you follow our social media accounts to see all the exciting news coming in the future. We want to take a moment to show you some highlights from the last month!
We shared our collaboration with Friends of Ocean Action, UpLink - World Economic Forum and many more on the Ocean Data Challenge for boosting ocean conservation and promoting sustainable blue economy. To learn more and submit your idea, check out our post on Linkedin!
See the Planetscope image of Thjóres River in Iceland and how these braided rivers look on Icelandic Highlands on this tweet.
Additionally, don’t forget to check our tweets on #ScienceWednesday! You can find interesting scientific stories as well as how Planet data is used in different cases.
A post on October 5, 2022 showed a timelapse of shrinking water levels in Lake Isabella in CA. To see the post; click here.
In the News
Financial Times: Weakened storm Ian sweeps north while death toll mounts in Florida
Associated Press: Climate Migration: Floods displace villagers in Indonesia
Blogs and Newsletters
Our Chief Impact Officer Andrew Zolli has participated in the ClimateWeek 2022 which took place in NYC between September 19-25. You can read his insights and four key takeaways from ClimateWeek here.
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That’s a wrap for the month of October! We wish you a wonderful November!