C-RISe supports vulnerable coastal populations from the consequences of climate variability and climate change
In partnership between the UK, Mozambique, Madagascar and South Africa to provide access to information on sea level, storm surge, wind speed and wave heights.
Coastal populations in Mozambique, Madagascar and South Africa are highly vulnerable to the consequences of climate change and variability. C-RISe provides access to improved regional information on coastal risk factors to protect communities and safeguard economic activity.
The C-RISe Team plans to extend coverage of the service: north to the Gulf of Oman and south to include Prince Edward Island. If you’re interested, come and talk to us.
C-RISe data delivery
C-RISe is a project in partnership between the UK, Mozambique, Madagascar and South Africa to provide access to information on sea level, storm surge, wind speed and wave heights.
One of C-RISe’s main aims is building local capacity: using satellite data to provide scientific decision support for strategy development, coastal management and governance to increase resilience to hazards.
By developing Use Case examples, C-RISe is exploring ways to translate Earth observation (EO) data into social and economic impact. We’re building local capacity to use satellite observations for coastal development.