SustainSpace encourages the advancement of space technology to improve the endurance of endeavors in outer space, reuse that technology to improve life on Earth, and in turn, for those endeavors to support further space development. SustainSpace is both a blog and a product development firm.
- Mark Ciotola, editor. Mark has experience with geosciences, aerospace, information technology, and policy. (JD, MBA, BA Physics, Grad Cert Space Sciences).
- Olivia Mah, researcher. Olivia has experience with biostatistics, financial mathematics and information technologies (PhD, MS, MBA).
This site focuses on high performance sustainability technologies, especially related to closed-loop life support, especially those that can be reused for sustainability purposes on Earth. Some coverage is also given to the use of remote sensing for sustainability purposes.
Technologies are organized into the following categories:
- Air (air recycling, sensing, clean-up)
- Astroculture (space crop chambers, agriculture)
- Comprehensive (systems supplying multiple human needs)
- Energy (generation, storage, distribution, monitoring)
- Waste Recycling (solid waste recycling)
- Water (wastewater treatment, drought mitigation)
- Blogging about space technologies that have potential for sustainability purposes on Earth
- Concept and product development
Although attempts are made for accuracy, the reader should not depend on any published information, but should do thrown due diligence and verification. Explicit conflicts of interest will be noted in stories published when such conflicts exist, but will not be noted retroactively.