We are very grateful for the financial support of the following organisations
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
National Geograpic’s Great Nature Project
National Geographic’s Great Nature Project is a worldwide celebration of biodiversity. The Great Nature Project is inviting people of all ages to share the nature in their world with the whole world by taking pictures of plants and animals and sharing them online. In the process, they are helping to build a photographic record of global biodiversity. http://greatnatureproject.org.
Esri has long supported the widespread use of GIS in classrooms and research labs around the world. Students and faculty alike use GIS to build knowledge and solve problems in over a hundred different fields. We currently have more than 11,000 universities and 20,000 schools using our technology. At Esri UK we understand the increasingly important role GIS has to play in education. GIS allows students of all ages to learn about their world in new and captivating ways and, at the same time, acquire valuable skills they can transfer to the workplace. Visit our education webpages for more information.
The UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities
The Center for Urban Science and Progress
The Royal Geographic Society
The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) is the learned society and professional body for geography and geographers. Founded in 1830, we are a world centre for geography: supporting research, education, expeditions and fieldwork, and promoting public engagement and informed enjoyment of our world. We are a world leader in advancing geography and supporting its practitioners in the UK and across the world.