Unveiling Solutions for Rising Greenhouse Gases: Exploring Hyperspectral Imaging Adil Husnain
Hyperspectral imaging has the potential to transform the way we monitor our atmosphere and change our approach to the future of urban and environmental monitoring.
Over the past century, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have increased significantly largely due to human activities, posing risks to our planet and society. And although the rate of increase has slowed in the past decade, the general concentrations continue to rise, emphasising the need for effective monitoring and reduction efforts.
Identifying and monitoring the sources and sectors responsible for GHG emissions is crucial for developing effective strategies and policies to reduce their impact on climate change. For this reason, hyperspectral imaging presents itself as a viable solution to understanding the composition and distribution of GHGs in the Earth’s atmosphere.
ESG, SDG, CER, GRI, FSC, LCA, WELL Technology, Hyperspectral Imaging, Rising Greenhouse Gases Read More