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  1. France-United Kingdom space cooperation Jean-Yves Le Gall meets Graham Turnock

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    13 Juin 2017

    Friday 9 June, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall met Graham Turnock, the new Chief Executive of the United Kingdom Space Agency (UKSA), in London. The agency heads took this opportunity to review space cooperation between France and the UK, notably in supporting efforts to curb climate change and through European space programmes.

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  2. Implementation of Paris Agreement on climate Ségolène Royal presents Jean-Yves Le Gall with insignia of Commander of the National Order of Merit

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    15 Mai 2017

    CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall has been made Commander of the National Order of Merit by government order of 2 May. He received his insignia from Ségolène Royal, Minister for the Environment, Energy and Maritime Affairs, at a ceremony on Friday 12 May in Paris.

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  3. France-Saudi Arabia space cooperation Promising meeting between CNES and KACST

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    23 Janvier 2017

    Sunday 22 January, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall was in Riyadh at the invitation of Prince Turki Bin Saudi Bin Mohammed Al-Saud, President of the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), to develop and consolidate France and Saudi Arabia’s longstanding ties in space.

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  4. World’s space agencies unite to face the climate challenge

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    3 Juin 2016

    For the first time, under the impetus of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and the French Space Agency (CNES), space agencies of more than 60 countries agreed to engage their satellites, to coordinate their methods and their data to monitor human-induced greenhouse gas emissions.

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  5. CNES at the 10th Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing Symposium (APRS)

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    5 Avril 2016

    The Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing Symposium (APRS) is being held from Monday 4 to Thursday 7 April in New Delhi. For its 10th edition, this event bringing together heads of space agencies from around the world is focusing on the use of satellite-based remote sensing in managing disasters and monitoring climate change—two particularly hot issues in the wake of last December’s COP 21 climate conference in Paris.

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