[ddj] Helping Greenpeace UK to put things on maps?
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Wed Jun 26 13:00:12 UTC 2013
Damian Kahya from Greenpeace UK is preparing something on shale gas to
coincide with release of figures from the British Geological Survey.
He's looking at ways to present more rich information and context on a map
(see below for further details).
If anyone has ideas or wants to help him out with this, then please drop
him a message via email or on Twitter (@damiankahya).
As with last time, I'm sure he'd credit you if you're able to help out!
All the best,
On 24 June 2013 18:30, Damian Kahya <damian.kahya at greenpeace.org> wrote:
> Dear Jonathan,
> I'm just getting ready for the release of figures from the British
> Geological Survey (BGS) on shale gas - i'm sure you are aware of the story.
> We have some data, attached, from DECC which we have mapped in the past
> here<http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/newsdesk/energy/data/fracking-38-south-eastern-constituencies> (with links to the rest).
> I'm trying to turn it into something more usable for the general public
> and have had a stab at it here using CartoDB.
> It would be really great, though, to be able to add layers e.g.
> constituencies in a way you can turn on and off and other functions e.g.
> colour code by company. There are other things we could probably do looking
> at water etc.
> Do let me know if you have any thoughts,
> PS i owe you a blog
> Damian Kahya
> Editor, Greenpeace Energydesk
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