Ordnance Survey is hosting the Cambridge Conference, a prestige event held every four-years since 1928, bringing together leaders from national mapping and geospatial agencies from across the globe to connect and discuss how they are supporting their national governments in the response to one of the biggest global challenges of our time.
Call for Code’s powerful ecosystem includes IBM, David Clark Cause, The Linux Foundation, and Charitable Partner United Nations Human Rights, together with a global movement of 400,000 developers across 179 nations
NOAA finds ocean heat content was the highest in recorded history
aWhere and CGIAR’s BIG DATA Platform announces open access to Maps for Economic Resilience
New Survey Reveals Strong Support of United Nations from Millennials and Gen Z but Have Little Understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals
Ordnance Survey International and Deimos Space UK are to work with the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre in Dubai to help the United Arab Emirates (UAE) improve how it plans and manages its natural resources and infrastructure.
One of the world’s largest wine makers has armed itself with cutting-edge smart mapping technology to help fight the effects of climate change and safeguard the production of its celebrated wines.
Each summer the Northwest Climate Science Center hosts a weeklong Climate Boot Camp. The CBC invites early career climate professionals from the Northwest and across the country to get together to expand their knowledge, skills and perspective on climate change adaptation.
Hey developers, here’s an opportunity to show how GIS can emphasize the power of data in new and exciting ways.
We are pleased to announce an article published today in Nature Climate Change: “Predictors of public climate change awareness and risk perception around the world.” Our research reveals for the first time what the world thinks about climate change and why. Using data from the 2007-2008 Gallup World Poll, conducted in 119 countries, researchers identified the […]