The elephant in the (tech) room...
If you've been participating in tech events, and you identify yourself as a woman or as someone from an underrepresented
CartONG and the humanitarian cartography
If GISCorps has already captured your attention, CartONG will also interest you. CartONG is a French Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) specialising
Melinda, Bill and a girl born in the Sahel – spot the difference
Geography and inequality - here's a topic you've probably thought about when comparing your opportunities in life to those of
How to advocate for change with the Sustainable Development Goals
Have you ever heard about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from the United Nations (UN)? The SDGs are 17 interlinked
The time has come to talk about ethics in location data
Have you ever thought about location data from an ethics point of view? The Locus Charter, resulting from an international
Sustainable Development Goals: how are we tracking?
The U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), comprising seventeen global goals set up in 2015, are due to be
Pop music and Tobler's First Law of Geography - getting to know your geographic music bubble!
Have you ever wondered about the connection between pop music and Tobler’s First Law of Geography? Say what?? Oh,
Geodiversity and art in the city - get curious!
It has recently been featured on Portuguese media a story about centennial tiles in Lisbon created to replicate fossils engraved
Celebrating International Women's Day: meet Emma Willard
On March 8th, we celebrate International Women’s Day with the campaign theme #ChooseToChallenge. This theme led me to a
The Audacious Project: mapping missing places and vulnerable communities
Did you know that one billion people live in places that are not mapped? Well, I didn’t. The Humanitarian