2030 book

On the occasion of the UNISPACE+50 conference, this publication provides a deep insight to which extent further improvement should be envisaged to ensure the sustainable development beyond 2030. As the world, its environment, economy and society are getting more and more technically advanced, it is of high interest to see how space and its various applications can support this development. Once the goals of the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” will be achieved, new challenges are awaiting.

This volume comprises the following contributions:

  • Proactive Use of Artificial Intelligence for the Development: Space Satellites as a Key Infrastructure by Takuya Wakimoto
  • Global Remittances and Space-Based Cryptocurrencies: A Transformational Opportunity for the Post-2030 Agenda by David Lindgren
  • Towards Total Water Awareness: A Technology Framework by Christoffel Kotze
  • Earth and Extra-Terrestrial Sustainable Development: The Challenges of Post-2030 Earth and Space Regime by Samuel Anih
  • The Keys to Rule Them All: Sustainable Development of Orbital Resources by J. Claire Wilhelm
  • The Probable Contribution of the Post-2030 Space Industry to Global Economic Development by Anton de Waal Alberts
  • Space as Engine for Growth by Rosa Maria Lucia Parrella
  • Satellite Data as Evidences Before the Mechanisms of International Courts by Anne-Sophie Martin
  • Evolution of Innovation Mechanisms to Support the Post-2030 Agenda Goals: Case Study on the European Space Exploration Programme by Clelia Iacomino

See more: https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319789538

 

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