FIG Climate Compass Task Force Meeting & Virtual Global Seminar

Date & Time

Feb 22, 2024 05:00 PM in Helsinki


A revolutionary interactive seminar series for all surveyors interested in climate. Join to meet, learn, inspire and share your expertise. The FIG Climate Compass Task Force is holding its inaugural Annual Meeting with 3 virtual seminars across different global time zones across February 20-22, 2024: – Diverse global expert surveying/geospatial practitioners providing case studies of climate impacts and resilience – Audience-driven brainstorming livescribed to inform the FIG Climate Compass Task Force’s latest FIG publication – Extensive audience involvement and interactivity for learning, sharing and problem-solving discussions We need your voice on how spatial intelligence, space technologies, digital transformation and innovation come together for surveyors for climate action. Together, we will define and assess what the big global land, carbon and biodiversity issues are relevant for surveyors working at national and local levels. We’ll consider what the legal, policy, financial, and capacity implications are for rolling out new solutions. Speakers for the third of our 3 global seminars, held for an Americas and Europe/Africa audience: Usue Donezar is the Expert Lead of Copernicus at the European Environment Agency. She has 2 Masters degrees (Geoinformation Science; Law and political science). She will speak on Copernicus’ climate change service, its free data sets and dashboards used by the world on climate, land, water and marine. Simon Mwesigye is a Land Tenure specialist at UN-Habitat supporting Ugandan country operations. He is a valuer with a Land Management Masters. He will talk on customary tenure and local forms of land certificates within the national land administration system linked to natural resource certificates for access to wetlands. Third speaker to be confirmed

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17:00 - 18:00

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