The project aims to develop, verify and configure the CLIM optical instrument, created by the European Space Agency (ESA) to support the Co2M mission, which has as its main function to watch and monitor carbon dioxide (Co2) within the European space. Co2M is part of the Copernicus program, in charge of the observation and monitoring of the land that is directed by the European Union (EU); It will allow the reduction of current uncertainties in the estimates of Co2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion on a regional scale. For its part, the CLIM instrument is composed of a near-infrared and short-wave infrared optical camera to measure anthropogenic Co2 produced by human activity. Likewise, it will be a support that will help capture images of atmospheric Co2 concentration from space with adequate spatial resolution, precision in the pixels that compose them and global coverage, providing a great tool that will help to comply with the Co2 emission protocols already climate change studies. In the framework of climate change, the European Union has reinforced its strategy between 2020 and 2050 to tackle climate change in Europe and internationally, including topics such as climate adaptation and mitigation, emissions trading, the reduction of Gas emissions Greenhouse Effect (GHG), monitoring of emissions from forestry and agriculture, support for international climate action, efficient use of energy sources and transition to renewable energy. Based on this, a preliminary list of additional measurements that would complement the existing data offering for climate change services was identified, including in particular the need to estimate anthropogenic Co2 emissions along with additional information on land use or the water.