Green Data 2019

Guest blog: Citizens making sense of green data

By |2020-03-13T16:08:19+00:00October 4th, 2019|Member blogs|

Dr Erinma Ochu MBE, Lecturer in Science Communication & Future Media from University of Salford will lead a session on 'Citizens making sense of green data'. Find out more about what will be covered in the conference next week. Citizen science, and in particular environmental citizen science is where the public, from different walks

Guest blog: Exploring smart cities and lessons learnt

By |2020-03-13T16:09:13+00:00October 4th, 2019|Member blogs|

Parag Rastogi from arbnco Ltd, will explore Smart Cities at the upcoming Green Data Conference next week. Read his blog below, to find out more about his views on smart cities. The term “smart cities” is a much (ab)used word, as summarised by this article from the Centre for Cities, and resources cited therein.

Guest blog: The critical importance of data sharing to improve infrastructure performance

By |2020-03-13T16:08:44+00:00September 2nd, 2019|Member blogs|

Mark Enzer, Chief Technical Officer at Mott MacDonald, discusses the importance of data sharing for improving infrastructure. It is very apt that this year’s EIC conference should bring together two of the most significant themes not only for the built environment, but also for wider society: ‘green data’. ‘Green’ because the climate emergency is

Guest blog: The importance of Green Data and how it can support the UN Sustainable Development Goals

By |2020-03-13T16:06:38+00:00August 19th, 2019|Member blogs|

Dr Simon Gardner, Head of Digital Environment, Natural Environment Research Council (part of UK Research and Innovation), talks about the importance of Green Data and how it can support the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The focus of this year's EIC Green Data Conference is very timely. The Delivery Plans recently published by UKRI contain an