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Tutorial: How to Use OpenStreetMap
Tutorial: How to Use OpenStreetMap
Planet Forward Correspondent | University of Wisconsin - Madison
Who said changing the world had to be difficult? With new mapping technology, you can do it from nearly anywhere—even the comfort of your own couch.

Here, a citizen scientist does sampling in Rocky Mountain National Park. (National Park Service)

UC Berkeley
Two scientific storytellers explain the communication strategies they use and talk about what the consequences of ineffective communication are in the modern era.
University of Virginia
Catch the King, the world's largest flood-related crowdsourcing data project, took place this past November in Hampton Roads, Virginia.
Senior Writer, Planet Forward
Much of the limelight at Climate Week NYC late last month focused on the politics of climate change. But alongside the high profile event, several interesting reports were released, which should not go unnoticed.
The C40 Cities Climate Leadership group recently held its global Mayors Summit in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The event hosts mayors, city representatives and climate and sustainability experts from around the world and encourages the sharing of best-... Read More