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Spring News

Mapping New Directions
A Green Map Update!
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mapping new directions

At Green Map, we’re in the process of moving! Not just where we work, but also in some ways, how we work.  As always, it’s an exciting journey in support of positive change.

This spring, we are starting the process of ‘going open’. It will take some time to fully explore options and set the course forward together with our beloved Board of Directors, Green Mapmakers worldwide, student teams from social design programs at Parsons and SVA, and members of the open source community. We invite your participation in this process. We believe going open will make it easier to for people to extend the usefulness of our outcomes and contribute leadership, energy and expertise that enhances our global movement.

Why? Our world and climate are changing quickly. More people need to be involved immediately to meet the new challenges we face, and Green Maps can help them do that!  Going open will help us share and further develop our toolkit more sustainably, equitably and collaboratively.

Watch for more news about our journey to open as 2015, our 20th anniversary year, rolls out! We’d love to hear from you.

In the meantime, we’re gearing up for a change in location: after eight great years, our uber-nice office will be turned into a classroom over the summer, so we are soon to encamp at a new Lower Manhattan location. Once all the dust settles, we will tell you where we’ve landed – and yes, there will be a party to say “goodbye and hello again,” in the near future.

Above - Korean exhibition introduces global Green Maps.
Below - Green Map Board members Carlos Martinez and Lara Penin review Parsons students' work
at the DESIS Lab in March, supporting our forthcoming 20th anniversary celebration. 
 
      
 
Weography!

 



Putting Vibrant Communities
on the Green Map


NY Map Society

Saturday, April 11
2:30 - 4:00 pm

The New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 W 64th Street, NYC

  








Community Mapping Collaboratory

Presents:

Growing Innovation and Visions:

The Common Ground Community Mapping Institute and Celebration

April 13-14
University of Victoria and Common Ground
Victoria British Columbia



Ongoing

Women in Cartography: Celebrating 400 Years of Unsung Contributions to the Mapping World

Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education

Continues  in Maine until 10/8/15, then opens in Boston
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