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Improving life on Earth

Building critical context with Team Rubicon

Team Rubicon serves communities by mobilizing veterans to continue their service, leveraging their skills and experience to help people prepare, respond and recover from disasters and humanitarian crises. See how they're using Maxar satellite imagery and derived data to improve disaster response—saving resources, time and, most importantly, lives.

Life at the edge of the world

The Alaska DOT&PF is not your average department of transportation. See how they monitor and serve some of the most remote communities in the U.S. facing extreme effects of climate change.

Protecting land rights of indigenous peoples with ACT

In Colombia, surveys provided to the National Lands Agency serve as the basis to strengthen indigenous land rights through the creation and expansion of indigenous reserves. Here's how our partners at the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) are using satellite imagery to assist in the 2020 census of indigenous communities.

Improving Earth from space: environmental success stories

In celebrating 50 years of Earth Day, we'd like to share some inspiring stories that highlight how our partners are using Maxar technology to develop new solutions to monitor and combat climate change—from renewable energy infrastructure to food security and more.

Bringing conservation to scale

See how the Jane Goodall Institute is using satellite imagery to collaborate with local communities on sustainable livelihoods, land-use planning and natural resource management to restore and protect chimpanzee habitats, improving well-being for all.

Reaching net-zero emissions goals with Pachama

As trees grow, they sequester CO2 from the atmosphere. When they are cut down, trees release carbon back into the atmosphere. Our partner, Pachama, is helping landowners and forest carbon project developers achieve sustainability goals by calculating stored carbon at scale using AI and satellite imagery.

Tracking atmospheric pollution by the hour

TEMPO stands for Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution. A collaborative mission between NASA and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory set for launch in 2022, TEMPO will monitor and track air pollution across North America on an hourly basis. Here's how:

Maxar 2019 Impact Report

Our partners are improving the health and sustainability of life on Earth—at local and global scale. Explore the incredible progress made just last year with our first-ever Maxar Impact Report.

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