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Tūranga

60 Cathedral Square

Christchurch, Canterbury 8011

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Learn how you can participate in the Challenge.

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Come join us as we kick-off the opening of the “Space for Planet Earth Challenge” at the Turanga Christchurch Library. Also live-streamed.

  • Learn how students and startups can apply for the challenge.
  • Get involved as mentors, collaborators, and supporters.
  • Understand the current state of environmental issues in the region - from coral health to reduction of atmospheric carbon.
  • Learn about satellite data addressing climate change.

The event includes keynote addresses from Honorable Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch and from stakeholders and specialists from Planet, the U.S. Embassy, Center for Climate and Security,Xerra Earth Observation Institute and the Allen Coral Atlas.

For more information about the Challenge, go to spaceforearth.org.

The Challenge is brought to you by our partner and sponsors :

Lead Partner: Planet

Gold Sponsor: US. Embassy in New Zealand

Silver Sponsor: ChristchurchNZ

Bronze Sponsor: Namaste Foundation, Greenlight Ventures, Christchurch City Council, and MMAARS Inc.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at info@spaceforearth.org.


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SpaceBase is a social enterprise founded by three Edmund Hillary Fellows with deep knowledge and connections into the global space industry – Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Eric Dahlstrom and Rich Bodo.  SpaceBase is focused on catalyzing space ecosystems in developing and emerging countries starting in New Zealand through education, entrepreneurship, and community building.

Find us at SpaceBase.co or Facebook Group SpaceBase NZ

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