Earlier this year, the Locus Charter was launched, proposing a set of shared international principles to support responsible practice with location data. But how do you put ethics into practice in your day-to-day work? What does responsible practice mean for geospatial data experts and for the much wider circle of professionals whose work makes use of insights from geospatial data and analytics?
[Online] Writer and journalist Tim Marshall will talk about the influence of geography on history and politics.
30 September 2021
[In-person] The talk will explore how we may find nature-based solutions to the climate change crisis.
19 October 2021
[In-person] An account of the travels of plant nut from Melbourne to Mandalay.
4 November 2021
[Online] A lecture on Dr Enns' research on environmental peace and conflict in East Africa, working with youth researchers in northern Kenya.
11 November 2021
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