Webinar by ISPM June 16

Please note the webinar organised by the International Society for Participatory Mapping!

This webinar, to be delivered on 16 June 2022, 13.00-14.30 (Mexico Central time/ CST), presents the efforts of three significant organisations in Latin America, very active in developing the strengths of participatory mapping and critical cartography so as to apply them to support activists in real political, social and cultural urban struggles in the continent.

Two of the presentations will be offered in Spanish and one in Portuguese (with english subtitles in Zoom). More information below.

PMAP webinar #1 recording now online

Now you have a chance to go back to the first PMAP webinar by Jirka Panek and Ian Babelon on 100+ shades of geoparticipation!

The webinar recording is accessible through the PMAP website. PMAP has now also a YouTube channel where all recordings are posted.

Looking forward to the next webinar fall 2022!

PMAP webinar next Tuesday

Welcome to join PMAP webinar next Tuesday May 24th 3:30-4:30 pm CET time (4:30 pm Helsinki, London 2:30 pm, New York 9:30 am, Tokyo 10:30 pm)!

Jirka Panek and Ian Babelon will present on 100+ shades of geoparticipation.

Dr. Jirka Panek works as an associate professor at the Department of Development and Environmental Studies, Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic. With background in geography and GIS, he has been enthusiastic about developing participatory mapping methods both in global North and South and has been co-developing participatory platform for collection perceptions about urban environment. Dr. Ian Babelon is Research Fellow at Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK. His PhD investigated the use of digital tools for public participation in urban planning. Recently, Ian, Jirka and colleagues published an article (doi.org/10.3390/ijgi10110783) reviewing objectives of 25 web-based geoparticipation projects in urban planning.

Please join via Zoom to this webinar at utu.zoom.us/j/68664371764 (passcode: 506809). No pre-registration is required!

Participatory mapping studies during the pandemic

The covid-19 pandemic raised great interest to study the consequences of it on green space use, outdoor recreation and mobility in cities through participatory mapping methods. Below we have collected scientific articles that have been published recently. There might be even more!

  • Samuelsson, K., Barthel, S., Giusti, M. and Hartig, T., 2021. Visiting nearby natural settings supported wellbeing during Sweden’s “soft-touch” pandemic restrictions. Landscape and Urban Planning, 214, p.104176. doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2021.10417
  • Bohman, H., Ryan, J., Stjernborg, V. and Nilsson, D., 2021. A study of changes in everyday mobility during the Covid-19 pandemic: As perceived by people living in Malmö, Sweden. Transport policy, 106, pp.109-119. doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2021.03.013
  • Korpilo, S., Kajosaari, A., Rinne, T., Hasanzadeh, K., Raymond, C.M. and Kyttä, M., 2021. Coping with crisis: green space use in Helsinki before and during COVID-19. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, p.99. dx.doi.org/10.3389/frsc.2021.713977
  • Fagerholm, N., Eilola, S. and Arki, V., 2021. Outdoor recreation and nature’s contribution to well-being in a pandemic situation-Case Turku, Finland. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 64, p.127257. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2021.127257
  • Hansen, A.S., Beery, T., Fredman, P. and Wolf-Watz, D., 2022. Outdoor recreation in Sweden during and after the Covid-19 pandemic–management and policy implications. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, pp.1-22. dx.doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2022.2029736
  • Legeby, A., Koch D., Duarte, F., Heine, C., Benson, T., Fugigliando, U and Ratti, C., 2022. New urban habits in Stockholm following COVID-19. Urban Studies. doi.org/10.1177/00420980211070677.

covid-16, PPGIS

Reminder about the first PMAP webinar May 24th 3:30-4:30 pm CET time

Welcome to join PMAP a webinar series!

The first webinar takes place on Tuesday May 24th 3:30-4:30 pm CET time (4:30 pm Helsinki, London 2:30 pm, New York 9:30 am, Tokyo 10:30 pm).

Jirka Panek and Ian Babelon will present on 100+ shades of geoparticipation.

Dr. Jirka Panek works as an associate professor at the Department of Development and Environmental Studies, Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic. With background in geography and GIS, he has been enthusiastic about developing participatory mapping methods both in global North and South and has been co-developing participatory platform for collection perceptions about urban environment. Dr. Ian Babelon is Research Fellow at Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK. His PhD investigated the use of digital tools for public participation in urban planning. Recently, Ian, Jirka and colleagues published an article (doi.org/10.3390/ijgi10110783) reviewing objectives of 25 web-based geoparticipation projects in urban planning.

Please join via Zoom to this webinar at utu.zoom.us/j/68664371764 (passcode: 506809). No pre-registration is required!

In case you have interest to present in this biannual webinar series, please do not hesitate to contact Associate Professor Nora Fagerholm (nora.fagerholm@utu.fi).

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