The VALUABLES Consortium is working to build capacity within the Earth science community to quantify the value of Earth observations. Our tutorials, webinars, workshops, and digital media describe the terms, concepts, and methods scientists can use to develop rigorous impact assessments for specific satellite data applications.
With this knowledge, Earth scientists can play a more integral role in the work needed to quantify and build awareness about the socioeconomic benefits of Earth science applications.
2018 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting
Join the VALUABLES Consortium at the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting to learn more about our work to quantify the socioeconomic benefits of Earth observations when they are used to make decisions.
Using the Social Cost of Carbon to Value Earth Observing Systems
Presented at the RFF-CMCC European Institute
Measuring and Assessing the Socioeconomic Value of Earth Science Data
Hosted by Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP), this webinar explores specific approaches and techniques that are currently being used and developed to measure and assess the socioeconomic value of Earth science data.
Understanding the Benefits of Observing Earth from Space
RFF Fellow Yusuke Kuwayama introduced RFF’s Consortium for the Valuation of Applications Benefits Linked with Earth Science (VALUABLES), a cooperative agreement between RFF and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Resources Radio: Sensing Pollution with Satellites, with RFF's Alan Krupnick and Daniel Sullivan
Host Daniel Raimi and RFF's Alan Krupnick and Daniel Sullivan discuss their recent study using satellite data to better measure air pollution in th...
Learning About Earth from Space: New RFF Podcast on the Value of Data from Satellites
In this podcast, RFF Fellow Yusuke Kuwayama talks about his research on water scarcity using data collected from satellites.