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GEO Week 2022

31/10/2022 04/11/2022

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Accra, Ghana

GEO Week 2022 will convene in Accra, Ghana, amid rapid technological change and mounting environmental challenges.

As eyes turn to Africa for COP 27, the gathering will showcase how global collaboration is accelerating the use of Earth Observations as evidence for local impact, both in Africa and around the world.

The GEO Week 2022 website includes the Week at Glance and will be updated regularly over the coming weeks with more information on the event. For continuity and consistency, this year’s theme is from ‘global action to local impact’, i.e., ensuring the global work of the GEO community delivers results at a local level.

GEO-18 Plenary

The GEO-18 Plenary takes place from 2-3 November 2022. A preliminary draft agenda is included in the Week at a Glance.


Please provide the list of your delegation members to the GEO Secretariat by 1 September 2022.

Side Events

A programme of side events will be open to the GEO community. The finalised side event schedule will be published on the GEO website in August. Side events highlight the international activities of the GEO community to deliver against global challenges using Earth observations. These typically involve participants from the GEO Work Programme showcasing their most recent work, including progress since last meetings and plans for the coming period.

As part of the side events, there will also be the second Youth Track and the fourth Industry Track sessions. These are dedicated sessions giving a voice to others who are contributing to the work of GEO. The focus of these sessions will also be made available on the GEO Week website.


The exhibition brochure will be available on the GEO Week 2022 website shortly. Those who have applied for exhibition space will be contacted by the company managing the exhibition space.


The call for statements will be issued in August 2022. Statements will be published on the GEO Week website.

You can sign up for GEO Week updates and find out more on the GEO website. 

Visit GEO website. 

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