The fourth and final episode of the Geospatial Revolution Project is now online. It covers the use of geospatial technology to study and deal with climate change, drought, famine, and the spread of diseases. It also looks at the Map Kibera project as an example of community mapping from the ground up.
Visit their website to see other episodes.
Source: Geospatial Revolution Project
Sachiye Day, VERTICES intern. email@example.com