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Europe has adopted an extensive monitoring program to keep tabs on the environment whilst keeping us safe; it is called GMES, or Global Monitoring for Environment and Security.
 
The Sentinels, a multi satellite project, is already underway but financially clouds are looming on the horizon.

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