September 28, 2017 Greening Government Webinars
Greening Government Webinar Speaker Series
Helping government reduce their carbon footprint & grow their green economy.
New Connected Countryside
Dr Norman Jacknis
September 28, 2017 11:00am-noon Mountain Time
New Connected Countryside — how the changing and future economy, technology and communications provide new opportunities for residents of small cities and rural areas, with examples from ICF intelligent communities of what can be accomplished now.
Norman Jacknis of the Intelligent Communities Forum-ICF
To join the webinar at 9 am Mountain Time on August 31, 2017, click the following link in your browser, iPhone or Android phone:
Open Systems in Scaling Responses to Climate Change
September 28, 2017 1:00 pm-2:00 pm Mountain Time
Steven Kovats author of the UNESCO paper, “The Future of Open Systems Solutions, Now” is presenting on the topic of “Open Systems Strategic in Scaling Reponses to Climate Change”. Stephen will examine three specific case studies from Japan, Nunavut, and Tanzania for ways in which open source in conjunction with other open technologies and open data can help address the impact of climate change.
To join the webinar at 1 pm Mountain Time on September 28, 2017, click the following link in your browser, iPhone or Android phone:
The Open Data Economy in Australia
September 28, 2017 7:00–8:00 pm Mountain Time
The government of Australia has embarked on an open data sharing philosophy that creates opportunities for all sectors of society, whether public, private or non-profit sectors. Through the free open sharing of government data an environment is created that stimulates innovation in the use of that data to improve decision making by all sectors of society through an open data sharing philosophy. For example, the open sharing of environmental data can be used for real-time response to extreme weather in a way that empowers first responders!
Pia Waugh is with the Australian Digital Transformation Office.
To join the webinar at 7 pm Mountain Time on September 28, 2017, click the following link in your browser, iPhone or Android phone: