the Chinese Academy of Sciences(CAS) has led the preparation of the annual reports on Big Earth Data in Support of the Sustainable Development Goals, which have contributed 64 cases cumulatively on monitoring, assessment, and demonstration, including 53 data products, 33 methods and models, and 42 decision support, and demonstrated China's exploration and practice of using Big Earth Data technology to support SDGs globally and regionally.
The 2022 report continues to focus on six SDGs, i.e., Zero Hunger, Clean Water and Sanitation, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Climate Action, Life below Water, and Life on Land, and on interactions and integrated evaluations among SDG indicators as well. At the same time, this year's report includes a new chapter on SDG 7 – Affordable and Clean Energy, and presents demonstrations of regionallevel comprehensive evaluation that accommodates different regional features. With a continued focus on China's ecological and environmental changes, this report comprehensively evaluates 56 environmental-related indicators, both in innovative ways and on the strength of case studies from the past four years, to monitor the progress in China's implementation of SDGs. Over 170 scientists from more than 40 research institutions and universities were involved in drafting this report, which draws on the best and latest scientific research results concerning big data on SDGs.
Download the report: Big Earth Data in Support of the Sustainable Development Goals(2022)
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