Join us for the NASA Earthdata Webinar, “Remote Sensing-Derived Environmental Indicators for Decision Making,” at 10 am US Eastern Standard Time, Monday, November 28. Alex de Sherbinin, CIESIN associate director for Science Applications, will present results of a NASA-funded pilot study to develop satellite-derived indicators in three issues areas: ambient air pollution, coastal eutrophication, and biomass burning. He will describe what makes an indicator that passes muster with policy and technical audiences, and discuss the underlying satellite data and methodologies. Several SEDAC data holdings that are derived from satellite data will also be presented, including time series global grids of PM2.5 (particulate matter at 2.5 microns); a global urban heat island (UHI) data set; and forthcoming time series global NO2 (nitrogen-dioxide) grid and global fire emissions indicators. To register and for more information about the Webinar, which is part of a NASA series, go to https://earthdata.nasa.gov/user-resources/webinars-and-tutorials/webinar-sedac-28-nov-2016.