If seeing is believing, how can we see disaster risk? We invite you to explore how maps and visualization techniques can help citizens and governments better understand and use data on natural hazards, exposure, and vulnerability.
Explore what’s possible using innovative interactive mapping tools in this four-part challenge:
Flooding in Monrovia, landslides in Nepal, hurricane winds in the Caribbean – disaster risks are varied and complex. Let data and creativity guide you to create a compelling, map-based data visualization to inspire the future of risk communication. Explore what’s possible in this four part challenge:
Choose a location and datasets
Part 1: Identify insights from data
Part 2: Design a map
Part 3: Engage audiences with interactivity
Part 4: Blog about your process, challenges and successes
Submit your visualization!
Details on the four parts of the challenge, and supporting resources.
What is disaster risk? And where do you find risk data? Learn more here.
Deadline: All entries must be submitted by 15 July 2019 (11:59pm EDT) using this form: http://bit.ly/VizRiskSubmit
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