Climate change and the future of data: distributed architectures, parallel realities

Recently a grass-roots initiative lead by scientists and researchers was launched to try and preserve data related to climate change that is believed to be under threat under president elect Donald Trump that is going to officially assume power in the beginning of 2017. On this occasion, George Anadiotis in his capacity of ZDNet contributor […]

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Summer’s almost gone, Climate Watch is back

It may looked like all activity ceased during the summertime for Climate Watch. In some ways for some time and for good reasons, it actually did. But in fact most of this time has been full with activity, so here’s a much needed update. Summer started with the Low Countries tour, which was incredibly useful […]

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Looking back, looking forward

Are we on the right path? That was the key question the pays-bas tour was supposed to answer. 2 cities, 2 events, one goal: validation. And validate we did. What was there to validate? Loads, actually. The potential for platform adoption and sustainability, the direction it should take, stories, features, the needs of the audience […]

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Climate Watch on tour

This week, Climate Watch is off to meet people, present and exchange ideas. First at the EU Transparency Camp in Amsterdam (1/6), then at the EIJC Data Harvest conference in Mechelen (2/6 – 5-6). TransparencyCamp Europe is an unconference that focuses on open data, new technologies and policies that make the EU work for people, […]

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Earth Day special: on big issues, breaking news, and using data and tech to get insights and build stories

Earth day is one of those things pretty much everyone can stand behind. With virtually all scientists and the vast majority of the public acknowledging the fact that climate change is an imminent threat that must be dealt with, it marks an occasion for awareness and action. This year in particular, it coincides with a […]

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