Discovering Data for Green Minds

by | Sep 2, 2020 | Collaborative Cities, Connected Nature | 0 comments

The Green Minds project is an ERDF-funded initiative with the goal of raising awareness of the green spaces in the city and encouraging citizens to look after them better. We are supporting this with an integrated data infrastructure including a data platform, data modeling, a structured series of open data releases, data sharing protocols, and lobbying for policy changes to ensure all this remains sustainable long after the project finishes.

As part of Green Minds we’re running one of our usual data discovery phases, but this time we’ve modified it for online collaboration. We’re looking for anyone with access to—or a need for—data related to green spaces, in Plymouth or further afield.

Participating is easy: just fill in this short form and let us know what data you have or want. If you want to be added to our mailing list for updates just let us know on the form and we’ll let you know how the project progresses.

Once we start to gather responses we’ll produce visualisations and find connections between the datasets and the key people and organisations.

This discovery phase will run through the Autumn and we’ll be publishing regular updates through blog posts. As the Green Minds project develops we’ll be using the data we find for various projects and initiatives.


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