7 January 2008. The UN General Assembly adopted a Resolution on the practice of registering space objects at its current session period. This Resolution had been prepared during the past years under the chairmanship of ESPI’s Director.
13 December 2007. The conference “Threats, Risks and Sustainability – Answers by Space” was held at ESPI in Vienna on 10 and 11 December. This conference was organised to shed new light on a number of threats to long-term sustainability in a multi-disciplinary approach and to demonstrate how space tools are crucial in addressing these issues.
10 December 2007. The Institute for Peace Research and Security Studies at Hamburg University (IFSH) and ESPI have prepared a memorandum on space and security addressed to the EU CODUN (Council Working Group on Disarmament in the UN) at its meeting in Brussels on 7 December 2007.
29 November 2007. Today, ESPI released the report of the study “Space Policy, Issues and Trends in 2006/2007”. This study is a thorough analysis of the major space events that occurred between January 2006 and June 2007 and presents in a single document comprehensive data and analysis characterising global space activities over this period.
19 November 2007. Today ESPI released the report of the study EU4+ “Space in Central and Eastern Europe - Opportunities and Challenges for the European Space Endeavour”. This study investigates space activities in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia excluded, and the relationship of selected countries with Western Europe.
9 November 2007. The “Vienna Vision on Humans in Outer Space” which had been drafted at the ESF/ESA/ESPI conference in early October has now been brought to the attention of the scientific community and the decision-makers alike.