Tools for the understanding of spatio-temporal climate scenarios in local planning: Kimberley (BC) case study

Major adaptation and mitigation

Major adaptation and mitigation

Funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation SNSF, and in collaboration with the Collaborative for Advanced Landscape Planning (CALP), particularly Ellen Pond, the City of Kimberley, and the Columbia Basin Trust (CBT), I analysed the benefits and limitations of interactive virtual globes for stakeholder engagement in climate related scenario planning over the last 12 months. The results have now been published as SNSF report and can be downloaded here.

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  1. Landscape Visualization » Blog Archive » Social Mobilisation for Climate Solutions Research Workshop Says:

    [...] Olaf Schroth: 3D visualization of climate change mitigation and adaptation scenarios in GoogleEarth for Kimberley, BC http://www.lviz.org/?p=231 [...]

  2. Landscape Visualization » Blog Archive » GoogleEarth 6 plants 3D trees Says:

    [...] versions and identified the lack of vegetation as one of the major limitations. Our tests in the Kimberley Climate Adaptation Project supported the argument that the lack of vegetation distorts the representation of future design [...]

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