We are seeking a SPACES Remote Sensing for Biodiversity and Carbon Intern to join our UNEP-WCMC Science Team.
The Science programme aims to enhance the scientific quality of UNEP-WCMC’s work through research, training, advisory and partnership development, providing scientific advice to the centre and to external agencies, mainly linked to the UN system. The programme mainly works on biodiversity monitoring and mapping, cumulative threat and ecosystem services mapping and modelling and impacts of conservation interventions such as protected areas.
The SPACES project is building a global coalition that aims to mobilize spatial intelligence to support governments and the private sector in jointly achieving climate and nature goals, anchored in the broader sustainable development goals framework. In the first half of 2022, SPACES is assessing the state of the art and emerging datasets, tools, techniques and approaches relevant to spatial planning and consulting widely on the needs and interests of countries and business on spatial intelligence for climate and nature.
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