Society of Wilderness Taiwan has created new games
Golden days of autumn! Crisp and cool days energize the team at Green Map and our colleagues around the world.
This has been a great year for projgress on the Green Map Platform!We have a constant stream of updates thanks to our developer team at the GISCollective (you can also view the more technical open source updates). Behind the scenes, we’re expanding the Platform to make it easier for everyone to make and share Green Maps. Your support makes all the difference!
We hosted events online and in person this season, including the Platform’s lunchtime learning session we created for the Climate Fringe of Scotland. The presentation is now featured in our blog. Let us know if you’d like to create a session like this and involve your part of the world in building capacity, knowledge and networks for community and climate health.
Green Map is included in the Tools for a Warming Planet created by our long-time colleague, Ms. Ferguson and her team - peruse the catalog at warmingplanet.org This traveling exhibition has been shown this year at Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven NL, Ars Electronica in Linz AS, and in the International Symposium on Electronic Arts of Barcelona ES and in the US, Arts Santa Monica!
We’re always delighted to hear from Green Mapmakers and share their news.
Society of Wilderness is getting a new project rolling - literally, kicking it off with a 15 day tour by bike around Taiwan! Promoting two new Green Map games is their goal, one based around domestic travel and the other to get acquainted with indigenous and invasive exotic flora and fauna in Yongchunpi Wetland Park. Follow SOW on Facebook to see how they elevate biodiversity across their beautiful island.
Cape Town Green Map celebrated their 13th anniversary and have now published 10 unique Green Maps, as this blog describes. Visit their website for news on local progress in South Africa, too.
Our best wishes to all our GlobalGiving supporters this season!
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