Using GIS to map the waste system in a ward
22 Jan 2022
1 May 2022
About the Event
This workshop series is a part of our 'Decoding Waste' program that aims to build evidence-based problem-solving capacity through knowledge sharing and skilling. The workshop is open to professionals, students and active citizens. No prior knowledge of GIS required.
What will you get to learn?
About Bengaluru’s waste management system Basics of GIS and other open-source tools (KoBo Toolbox, Field Papers, and My Maps) Data collection methods and the creation of a live map
- Workshop fee: INR 2500/- (Inclusive of refreshments)
- Limited seats available, upto 10 participants
About the organiser
Sensing Local Foundation is an ‘Urban Living Lab’ (ULL) based in Bengaluru, which is to be a site for city observation, learning and innovation with a specific focus on improving the state of environment and public health. As a model, it serves as an in-between-step that formalizes learning and experimentation in the urban context to achieve impact at a faster pace for the largest section of society. The prime thrust of the Living Lab is to behave as a catalyst for the ecosystem of city’s decision makers, and ‘break through’ the trap of repetitive, fragmented, myopic actions.