GIM Summit 2016: Climate Change Workshop

During the GIM International Summit, participants approached location and time-related issues to explore the needs and demands, both within the geospatial sector and beyond. Other workshops:

Climate Change: Outcomes

Debating and responding to climate change revolves around people and requires a geo-informed society. We should embrace the opportunities to visualise, simplify and present reliable climate-based location and time information and potential risks.

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