Registration for the event is now open!
Led by UNOOSA, the WORLD SPACE FORUM series provides a unique platform for stakeholders to discuss the current and future state of global space activities across themes of economy, diplomacy, society, accessibility and sustainability. It brings together experts and policymakers from regional, national and local institutions, private organizations, academic institutions, non-governmental organizations and international organizations.
The 2021 edition, co-organized by UNOOSA, the Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK), and the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs (BMEIA) will focus on Space 4 Climate Action and seek to facilitate the exchange of actionable solutions and cooperation among all relevant stakeholders in support of Sustainable Development Goal 13 „Climate action”.
All attendees are welcome to participate in the Q&A segment after the sessions.
Sessions overview
• Space agencies panel
• Youth Session
• Session One – Partnership, Coordination and Cooperation
• Session Two – The providers perspective: Space Solutions
• Session Three – The Users perspective: What is needed?
• Session Four – Examples and successful Initiatives
• Session Five – Recommendations, innovative and new approaches
• Matchmaking Session: Two B2B sessions
Matchmaking Session:
a) The match-making session will bring together providers and users of space assets to spark discussion, collect information and potentially build new partnerships.
b) Participants interested in actively taking part in the match-making session will need to provide areas of activities in which they would like to engage.
c) The match-making session will be carried out in coordination with the Austrian Chamber of Commerce via the external B2Match virtual platform.
d) You will have to accept the terms and conditions of Advantage Austria / WKÖ Außenwirtschat Austria (English, German)
More details about the event can be found here:…/2021/world-space-forum-2021.html


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Natalia Kowalczyk

Redaktork Naczelna Portalu Astronomicznego AstroNET. Studentka pierwszego roku Computer Physics na Akademii Górniczo-Hutniczej w Krakowie.