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OpenLitterMap 47m
We live in a world where not 1 organization in the world embraces open and unrestricted access to data on all kinds of pollution. Time for the ?
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Andy_Mystic_River 13h
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Hannah Sender 2h
Yaaaaasss thanks for celebrating . Such a delight
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Kate Flood 2h
Meitheal had a fascinating evening with learning about the ecology of this beautiful bird, & listening to its unusual calls. Girley Bog woodcocks too cute to get caught but looking forward to helping with surveying in the coming weeks
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Sarah Haughney May 20
Does anyone have any ideas about how to make it more accessible to get everyone incorporated into environmental research and ? Not just certain socioeconomic backgrounds or ethnicities?
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MaptimeSG 2h
We’re hosting an interactive workshop where you can learn how the geo data can be used to inform urban planners and get the chance to design the future Paya Lebar Air Base of Singapore with an online 3D modeler!
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Rachel Farrow 2h
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timmsy 30m
The hunt for the stuffed cod!! Mostly found in pubs across Australia! Let’s get help! over 600 cod spots in pubs!! That’s 600 + pints to go with each find and loads of local yarns
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StGeorges 55m
Our habitat & walk. Discovering orange tip eggs & green hairstreak habitats 🦋🌸 Great afternoon with residents & visitors ❤️
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Partizipative Wissenschaftsakademie Zürich 23h
There is still time to submit an application for a seed grant for a project! You need to be a team of at least one citizen and one researcher from or . The call and the application form is one our website at
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Open science lab for biodiversity 2h
We just launched ✨ A funded site where anyone can report observations & nests of the invasive hornet Vespa velutina. All observations go to where these can be verified by the community.
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IIASA Geo-Wiki 21h
Team is happy to announce that Human Impact on Temperate Forests starts today! Check out our new Gallery of Images and definitions. We are glad that you involve in our campaign, have fun! Our video on how to get started:
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Leonie Richardson May 20
And we're off! is a GO 🙌Let's take the learning outside the classroom for a day of & fun on the beach. Thanks to all Primary Schools who have signed up to the challenge & our fabulous funders - together we CAN make a difference!
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Clare James May 20
Scientists: Why we should appreciate wasps: “ a world without wasps would mean that we would have to use a lot more pesticides to control the other insects that we dislike and find annoying.”
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Keith Piccard 16h
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Ecsite 2h
Our flagship project 👈👈 has a brand new website! Check it out now and make sure you are following whose accounts we will be taking over next month.
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North St Louis County 4H 15h
NSL 4-H H STEM Ambassadors 2019 - Calling all youth in grade 6 and up to be a citizen scientist!
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Scent 2h
The Scent Lesson Plan aims to teach students to be able to identify factors that bring about changes in their own local environment and be familiarised with the concepts of environmental monitoring and citizen science:
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Laura Petersen 13m
Universality of their safety tips allows to implement privacy by design - they don’t need to know about the user if it’s understood by all kinds of users explained
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Gili Shark Conservation May 20
In April, dive shops active in observed 78 Whitetip reef sharks around the Gili Islands Unite Gili is based on which is the involvement of the public in scientific research. This way everyone has the chance to be an amateur scientist. 😎🤓
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