This year, our Autumn events are in parallel with the upcoming United Nations Climate Conference known as COP26, to be held in Glasgow Scotland starting 1 November.
We'll be in Scotland starting 12 October at the TED Countdown - here is our updated press release!
We have added photos to our first report from Cornwall and Scotland (with a link to our new iOS App at bit.ly/OGMapp!)
Check out our second post with even more images and links to our experience at COP26, in Glasgow and Dunoon.
This page has been updated - from Glasgow, Dunoon, and beyond, starting in the run up to and after this critical event.
Our rural and urban examples with Neil Lovelock of Glasgow Eco Trust and from Dunoon, Hannah Clinch of Tacit Design, as well as global climate mapping examples (starting at 8:43) followed with a pop in by the GIS Collective - highlighting climate action that will inspire you before, during and after COP26. Watch here!
"I had the privilege of hearing Peggy Shepard, the recently knighted environmental justice leader from WeAct in NYC speak from the floor of the TED Countdown conference. She asked this global audience to read the 17 Principles of Environmental Justice (written in 1991) and honor Mother Nature. This is critically important and timely advice for all of us as COP26 nears."
To take part, meet at the POP Shop (28 Hillfoot St in Dunoon). The traveling sea level marker is part of a national project coordinated by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland to raise awareness about the impacts of climate change on the built environment. Find these events and more at tacit-tacit.co.uk/tacitevents!