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VIDEO: Climate Change/ Extreme Weather; Using Spatial Data for Impact & Consequence

WGIC Energy Transition Working Group Member Spatial Vision explains in a video how councils are preparing for climate change and extreme weather.

WGIC Secretariat September 6, 2021
Climate Change and Extreme Weather – Using Spatial Data for Impact & Consequence Case Studies

Planning for our future climate and mitigating potential risks are critical steps towards future-proofing our cities and the people that inhabit them.

Spatial technologies are increasing playing a key role in how we prepare for and minimise the consequences of climate change and extreme weather events. Barwon Regional Partnership Councils (BRPCs) requested the support of Spatial Vision with building capacity in the application of spatial technologies to better plan for and understand the consequences of anticipated climate change and associated extreme weather events for their communities.