Sandra de Vries, founder of PULSAQUA, is an expert in citizen science for sustainability, focusing her efforts on advancing the SDGs together with local communities. As a contributor to LIFE CRITICAL, in this interview she shares the importance of citizen science and the role it plays in climate adaptation initiatives.
Foto’s van de wijk? Hoe meet je zoiets als ‘kwaliteit van woonbeleving’? Dat gaat met een sensor niet lukken. Maar het kan…
In the “How to Reach the Hard to Reach” podcast series by The PSC, our project leader Dr. Özlem Safranti-Bozkurt and innovation consultant Dana van der Zee discuss the tremendous value citizen science adds to climate adaptation and the importance of open source technology in making this work accessible to all.
Pilot projects such as LIFE Critical demonstrate that though LCS has drawbacks, with the right approach they can add significant value to a measurement campaign and help collect actionable insights.
Anyone can be a citizen scientist. So how do we get a community excited about climate adaptation?
“When addressing air pollution, we also address a critical and easy-to-implement solution to climate change,” UN Environment climate change specialist Niklas Hagelberg.
Though rooted in a green past, Wielwijk is growing towards an even greener future. The key elements of their success are their focus on sustainability and collaboration with locals.
Through LIFE CRITICAL, Bradford is working to transform Horton Park into a climate change resistant hub of biodiversity.
Interview with Burcu Zijlstra, R&D Engineer at imec the Netherlands, on the role of monitoring in climate adaptation.
Wethouder Marco Stam (ruimtelijke kwaliteit, wonen en klimaatadaptatie) is opgetogen over de ontwikkelingen in Wielwijk: “Het is zo mooi dat we in…
Wielwijkers meten klimaat en woonbeleving De wijk Wielwijk is volop in beweging! Er gebeurt van alles. Ook op het vlak van de…