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02/20/2024
Asia Pacific Region — Earth Day Poster Competition
The GLOBE Asia-Pacific Regional Coordination Office proudly presents a Poster Competition focusing on two critical Earth Day topics: "Carbon and Climate" and "Planet Vs Plastics."  >>

12/07/2023
GLOBE Asia and Pacific Virtual Symposium on Wetlands on 2 February 2024
There will be a virtual symposium with presentations on Wetlands on 2 February 2024. GLOBE students may present on wetlands, water, or the hydrosphere.  >>

11/06/2023
GLOBE Asia and Pacific Regional Meeting in April 2024
The GLOBE AP Regional Meeting will be held from 15-18 April 2024 in the Maldives.  >>

07/25/2019
Tech Update July 2019
In June and July 2019 our technology team completed development and launched the following.  >>

06/25/2019
GO on a Trail Facebook Live on Thursday
Join GLOBE Observer on Thursday, 27 June at 3 p.m. PT for a Facebook Live direct from Hells Gate State Park. They will be discussing the GO on a Trail Summer Challenge and the importance of documenting the world around you.  >>

05/03/2019
Today (03 May): Join a Zoom Broadcast Straight from the Northwest Student Research Symposium
Join us Friday, 03 May, at 10:30 a.m. PT (1:30 p.m. ET) from the Northwest Student Research Symposium, which is taking place at Beach Camp in Edmunds, Washington, USA.  >>

04/23/2019
Tech Update April 2019
The following enhancements were made, or were in progress, during the month of April 2019.  >>

04/01/2019
Tech Update March 2019
Several enhancements were made, or were in progress, during the month of March 2019.  >>

03/26/2019
GLOBE Observer Trees Facebook Live
Join GLOBE Observer LIVE for a special Facebook Live event all about Trees on 26 March 2018 at 3:00 p.m. EDT.  >>

03/26/2019
Help NASA Measure Trees with Your Smartphone
Healthy forests play a crucial role in Earth’s ecosystem as growing trees take up carbon from the atmosphere. NASA satellites and airborne missions study forests to see how carbon moves through ecosystems – and now citizen scientists can help investigate this key question as well by using their smartphone to measure tree height.  >>