CPD Research Fellow Ali Fisher offers tools for tackling the complex architecture of multi-hub information networks.
Natalia Grincheva of the University of Melbourne discusses her deep mapping tool to measure the soft power of museums.
Girl Scout Kana Walsh writes why on this International Day of the Girl Child, the global community should explore ways to make humanitarian mapping tools more available to young girls.
The Kenyan embassy in America is undertaking a mapping exercise for all Kenyan medical professionals who are currently residing in the United States. [...] In a statement sent out by the embassy on Friday, Mr. Githae said that the move is aimed at encouraging more Kenyan professionals who live outside the country “to join their compatriots and participate in nation building.”
It is important to think about how climate change will affect food security, water resources, and natural disasters, especially in underdeveloped countries. Dr. Patricia Solis is trying to understand how different communities around the world can anticipate and mitigate the effects of climate change using geospatial technologies like Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing.
Two researchers, Mark Graham and Stefano De Stabbata, at the Oxford Internet Institute have depicted the world’s “Internet empires” in a map, below. The map shows each nation’s most popular website, with the size of nations altered to reflect the number of Internet users there. The map makes for a brief, informative look at how geographic—and universal—certain web tastes and habits are.