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(English) In an effort to bring local context to climate reporting in Western Colorado, Julia Kumari Drapkin started iSeeChange–an online weather and climate journal–in 2012 to help identify how the listeners of her local community radio station were being impacted by changes in the environment. Four years later, iSeeChange is a hybrid citizen-science, social media platform used by people around the world to document and share their experience of environmental change. Using geotagged photos coupled with data on the weather and atmospheric conditions, iSeeChange is working to create a collective climate journal for present and future generations.

(English) By comparing maximum temperatures today against predictions for 2050 and 2070, this new map helps answer a simple question with a complicated answer. As the climate changes, what is weather going feel like where I live?

(English) Monitoring the state of the world’s forests is a monumental task with challenges in data collection, interpretation and display. Read our exclusive Interview with Dr Matt Hansen from University of Maryland about the power of remote sensing

(English) How GeoJournalism is changing the way we understand and communicate environmental information. With so many systems out there tracking the status of the planet’s health, telling this story with vigor and imagination should be more feasible than ever.

(English) In an effort to help understand and react to the rapid changes taking place in the Hindu Kush Himalaya region, Earth Journalism Network (EJN) and The Third Pole launched an open source geospatial database

Em Turkana, uma região pobre e seca do Quênia, as descobertas recentes de água e petróleo podem mudar a vida de moradores que dependem de ajuda alimentar para sobrevivência. O Land Quest, um experimento de jornalismo de investigação transfronteiriço está usando dados para iluminar os concorrentes interesses financeiros no Quênia. Ele mapeia o fluxo de dinheiro da ajuda da Europa para o Quênia e o fluxo de lucros do Quênia de volta à Europa.

Inundações frequentes e colheitas criticamente baixas são apenas dois dos sinais de alerta sobre a mudança climática na Indonésia, que abriga a terceira maior floresta tropical do mundo e uns dos mais altos níveis de diversidade biológica. Para lançar luz sobre estas questões cruciais, jornalistas de dados criaram o site de notícias Ekuatorial, que oferece as últimas notícias ambientais e mapas interativos engajantes e fáceis de entender dos oceanos, florestas e desastres naturais na Indonésia.

(English) The Oxpeckers Center for Investigative Environmental Journalism is Africa’s first journalistic investigation unit focusing on environmental issues. The Center combines traditional investigative reporting with data analysis and geo-mapping tools to expose eco-offences and track organised crime syndicates in southern Africa.

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