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Are you passionate about leveraging Earth science to make a tangible difference in disaster risk reduction, recovery, and resilience?

The NASA ROSES-2024 Solicitation, "A.42 Earth Action: Disaster Risk Reduction, Recovery, and Resilience," is now open for proposals! NASA's Disasters program is looking for multidisciplinary projects that demonstrate a clear connection between scientific data and improvements in community safety and sustainability.

By addressing the critical elements of hazard, exposure, and vulnerability, we can pave the way to more resilient communities worldwide.  
Join us in our mission to integrate Earth science information into decision-making processes for enhanced disaster management. Let's work together to safeguard communities and ecosystems against the impacts of disasters.

Proposals are due June 14, 2024.

See the A.42 Solicitation


Pre-Proposal Telecon


Latest Updates

  • The Frequently Asked Questions Document was updated on April 26, 2024, to reflect information shared during the pre-proposal telecon.
  • There was a pre-proposal teleconference on April 11, 2024, at 1 p.m. EDT, which included a question-and-answer session. A recording of this telecon is embedded above. 
  • On Feb. 28, 2024, changes were made to Section 4 of the text of ROSES-2024 A.42 Earth Action: Disaster Risk Reduction, Recovery, and Resilience (.pdf) to remove or modify erroneous text, and Section 4.8 has been focused on foreign participation and expanded. New text is in bold and deleted text is struck through. The due dates are unchanged.


Satellite image of a hurricane from space with the NASA Disasters logo on top of it.
Image from a NASA GEOS-5 atmospheric model of 2012's Hurricane Sandy. Credits: NASA Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio

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Jacob Reed, NASA Disasters