SatSummit 2024
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Bryce Cronkite-Ratcliff

Engineer at Google. He/Him.


Bryce is an engineer at Google where he works on sustainable sourcing as part of the Earth Engine team. His work has ranged from biophysics research to cloud computing infrastructure to, more recently, projects at the intersection of sustainability and technology, including helping lead early initiatives in cool roofs, forest carbon monitoring, and food system efficiency. He recently was part of the Environmental Insights Explorer team where he directed engineering for insights on urban heat and urban tree canopy cover.

Away from the desktop, Bryce is an amateur archaeologist, a community forester, and a creative technologist collaborating on art that draws attention to environmental issues.

On the agenda

  1. Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains

    May. 17, 10:15am
    The South Hub

    As agriculture continues to be a leading driver of global deforestation, we are seeing a shift from voluntary company commitments to mandatory regulatory compliance to remove deforestation from supply chains. The landmark European Union Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) is currently spurring activity across the sector. How can we use this moment as an opportunity to improve sustainable sourcing and forest conservation? EO and geospatial data have a huge role to play in solving this complex challenge. We will discuss the current state of work in this space and the remaining gaps to be filled, as the community works towards feeding the planet without destroying the planet.


    1. Jacob Abramowitz


    1. Craig Mills
    2. Jackson Harris
    3. Davide Ceper
    4. Evan Notman
    5. Bryce Cronkite-Ratcliff

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  1. NASA Lifelines


  1. Element84

  2. Esri

  3. Impact Observatory

  4. United States Agency for International Development (USAID)