- The EveryAware Project
- AirProbe International Challenge
- Open Source
The science magazine New Scientist had a nice piece on two research projects strictly connected with – when not an outcome of – the everyAware project, as they involve two partners of it (UCL and ISI). A quoting from Jerome Lewis‘ interview captures quite the whole sense of everyAware (although he talks about forests, not cities):
“As climate change starts to affect the rising and falling of water in the forest, animals become difficult to find and as is the predictability of the arrival of fruits and insects. This has been dramatically affected by climate change, […] Mapping changes over time will allow the forest people to start to notice the regularities that might emerge as things change. In theory you can start to adapt your behaviour to take account of that”.
You can read the rest of the article here.
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