Seminar room 1.25, The David Attenborough Building, Cambridge. 7-9.30 pm
Join coordinated mapping projects by taking a task and mapping a part of the world in OpenStreetMap, the free and editable map of the world. Communities, organizations and governments worldwide have access to these maps to address local challenges. You can join thousands of others to map OpenStreetMap and support these communities in need. OpenStreetMap is the community-driven free and editable map of the world, supported by the not-for-profit OpenStreetMap Foundation.
No previous experience required. Just come along with your Wi-Fi-enabled laptop and we’ll get you mapping indigenous land rights, protected areas, logging roads and more!
Here is the link to the Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/osm-earth-mapathon-june-tickets-46612634645
To find out more about OSM Earth visit https://osm.earth/.
To find out more about OpenStreetMap in general, visit https://www.openstreetmap.org/about.
The Cambridge Conservation Forum GIS Group exists to facilitate networking and technical skill sharing between members of the Cambridge conservation community. Visit our web page at http://www.cambridgeconservationforum.org.uk/conservation-gis.