Climate Change & the Environment
Environmental and weather monitoring has been a long-standing cornerstone of the space sector, however the earth faces increasingly drastic consequences to climate change. CSPS research investigates how the space sector can address those challenges and align with global and national environmental priorities.
The Green Circularity: Life Cycle Assessments for the Space Industry
Can environmental life cycle assessments (E-LCAs) be used to understand the space sector’s cradle-to-grave impacts across space and terrestrial environments?
Implications of a Growing Spaceflight Industry: Climate Change
Given the fact that little scientific attention has been paid to the impacts of rocket launches and space debris reentries on global climate and stratospheric ozone, what information will policymakers need in the future to make effective regulatory decisions regarding industrial emissions and fossil fuel use?
Toward Environmental Accountability: Transforming Satellite Data Into Action
The environmental health of the planet continues to deteriorate as scientists study the problem. What does the next successful environmental initiative look like, and where will it come from?
Latest Papers, Events & News
The Arctic: Space-based Solutions to Infrastructure and National Security Needs
Locating Methane Super-emitters in California: A San Joaquin Valley Case Study
Locating Methane Super-Emitters from Space
Closing the Arctic Infrastructure Gap: National Security and Commercial Considerations
Closing the Arctic Infrastructure Gap
The Policy and Science of Rocket Emissions
Near-term Space Support for Arctic Operations
Satellite Data for Local Environmental Monitoring
David Livingston's The Space Show: Broadcast 3830
Climate Change & the Environment Podcasts
Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Space Policy and Strategy
Policy Analyst, Center for Space Policy and Strategy