Organisé par Arizona State University
Book Launch: Open Mapping towards Sustainable Development Goals voices of YouthMappers on Community
This event is the official launch of a book collection that amplifies the experiences of some of the world's young people who are working to address SDGs using geospatial technologies and multi-national collaboration.
Authors from every region of the world who have emerged as leaders in the YouthMappers movement share their perspectives and knowledge in an accessible and peer-friendly format. Youth Mappers are university students who create and use open mapping for development and humanitarian purposes. Their work leverages digital innovations – both geospatial platforms and communications technologies – to answer the call for leadership to address sustainability challenges.
The book conveys a sense of robust knowledge emerging from formal studies or informal academic experiences – in the first-person voices of students and recent graduates who are at the forefront of creating a new map of the world.
Jeudi 26 janvier 2023
Rob and Melani Walton Center for Planetary Health, Arizona State University
777 E University Dr Tempe
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- Inspiration & Imagination
- Être des « Planetizens »
- Engagement de la jeunesse
Objectifs de développement durable
Ph.D. student in Urban Planning at the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning Arizona State University
Executive Director of the Knowledge Exchange for Resilience Arizona State University
Geographic Information Science Analyst at Knowledge Exchange for Resilience Arizona State University
Elena van Hove
Director of Global Energy Access, Laboratory for Energy and Power Solutions Arizona State University
Human and social dimensions of science and technology, PhD, School for the Future of Innovation in Society Arizona State University
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