Part of ODI Leeds' mission, right from its inception, has been to focus upon the massive challenges that face us all. Climate emergency is one of those challenges and something that we are passionate about. You can see below links to and assets created by our work over the last 5 and a half years. This November we are accelerating our work in this domain with our sponsors, partners, and also an open invite for anyone else to join in with #PlanetData. This is all about doing and action so please join in.
At ODI Leeds, we are 'radically open.' #PlanetData will help you and your organisations to work in the open, share your data and your work, let others reach in and help improve the overall outcome. This is participation without permissions and removing the barriers to entry. We've seen the benefits to this approach and it has become a core aspect of everything we do. Now imagine that we apply this to the challenge of the climate crisis. There are lots of people working on various projects right now but perhaps don't have access to data - it either doesn't exist yet or isn't being shared.
#PlanetData is our call to action. We want to bring people together who want to collaborate with others and get things done. We also urge everyone to publish their data openly.
Join us for a #PlanetData 'open house' at ODI Leeds, Munro House. Drop-in for the morning or afternoon or stay for the whole day, you will be in good company and will find someone to talk to about your project. The aim is to connect as many people as possible to work collaboratively, which will amplify the work already being done.
November 29 2019
Register for your free ticket through Eventbrite. An 'open house' event where you can drop-in for the morning or afternoon, or you can stay the whole day. There will be short talks in each session, unconference style so bring your projects and talking points with you.
Take part using Slido
Ask questions and take part in polls throughout the day.
The running order for the lightning speakers.
Data Surgery document
Use this document to ask questions, suggest data sources, request data and more.
What Will You Do Tomorrow?
Little actions build up to big actions, so what will you do tomorrow that can help?
Talks From The Day
Our Future Leeds
Zero Waste Leeds
Cambridgeshire Climate Emergency
Leeds Climate Commission
Trafford Data Lab
Dr Henry Partridge
Slow the Flow
Please note, this presentation contains video so is too large to preview.
Jeremy Meara and Mary Black
ODI Leeds Tree Log and Map
Amazing Work Out There
Place-based Climate Action Network
A global community of tech professionals using their skills, expertise and platforms to support solutions to the climate crisis.
A community dashboard used in schools for education, and for public engagement.
Greenhouse Gas Conversion Factors
Calderdale Climate Emergency Page
The Calderdale Data Works data page for climate emergency data.
Solar For Schools
An innovative organisation that helps schools switch to solar.
We Don't Have Time
The social networking app for those devoted to fighting climate change. Provides more opportunities to connect with others.
Our Future Leeds
A people-powered movement to create a sustainable, liveable, socially just city.
UK Climate Resilience
A programme that brings together research and projects about building climate resilience in the UK.
Slow the Flow
Natural flood management methods that also have a positive impact on climate change.
Cambridgeshire Climate Emergency
Coordinating the cambridgeshire community response to the climate crisis.
Skype for Climate
Designing a tool that can tell you how much CO2 you saved by having your meeting online instead of in-person.
So You've Declared a Climate Emergency...
Developed by ARUP, this guidance for local authorities explores what happens next.
Climate Emergency Slide Pack
Powered by open data, this clever bit of code will generate slides about the climate emergency specific to your local authority. Built by Trafford Data Lab.
An interactive dashboard that can be used to chart all the different levels of response to reducing carbon, including whats happening now and what is being planned.
Leeds Citizen Climate Jury
Session summary from a pioneering scheme that involves the citizens of Leeds in the shaping of policy and strategy.
WYCA Resource Efficiency Fund
Small-to-medium sized businesses can apply for funding to help lower carbon footprint.
Leeds Big Climate Conversation
Extended to 30 November. Make your voice heard, tell Leeds City Council how they can make the city carbon-neutral by 2030.
Julie's Bicycle Accelerator programme
East Street Arts (Leeds) are in the first cohort of the accelerator programme.
Manchester Climate Change
The city's shared plan to tackle climate change.
The Carbon Literacy Project
Raising awareness of the carbon dioxide costs and impact of everyday activities.
Season For Change
Celebrating the environment through culture and inspiring urgent action on climate change.
A Civic Plan for a Climate Emergency
A document for policy makers and civic leaders.
A free unconference all about tech and climate change.
Bridging the data gaps to deliver a zero-carbon future.
Can a live carbon emissions dashboard be made from open data?
Our 2-day air quality hackathon from 2017. As a tangible effect of climate change, how can we tackle air quality?
One of our earliest hackathons, responding to a highly visible effect of climate change.
An innovation session to help develop a clear strategy and priority for open data at Defra. Many datasets at Defra relate to the environment and still take requests for specific data to be released.
Catchment of Data
A series of innovaton sessions about natural flood management, which is an approach that not only reduces the risks of flooding but can boost biodiversity.
Hack For Impact
A 2-day hackathon to explore the potential for creating an 'impact' dashboard powered by open data. What kind of impact? Social, environmental, wellbeing, and more.
Supermarket CO2 Emissions
A map that visualises the estimated CO2 emissions of all known stores (as of 2018) from 5 big name supermarkets.
IoT Flood Network
Using battery-operated Internet of Things sensors to monitor and report in real-time the levels of rivers and flood alleviation channels.
Below is a list of all of the people and organisations that we're working with or who support us to host #PlanetData, and also support our data projects and work in the realm of climate change. If you want to be involved as a collaborator, get in touch!