Open Data Working Group meeting - Countering Environmental Corruption Practitioners Forum
Join us for an engaging session at the Open Data working group meeting where two dynamic speakers will delve into the world of data visualisation and spatial intelligence. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about exciting initiatives and participate in discussions on effective data visualisation.
Emily Barone – Independent Data Journalist
An award-winning journalist, Emily specialises in building compelling data-driven stories and visuals for both print and online platforms.
Terry Pattar – Open Source Intelligence Expert
A leader in open-source data intelligence and director of Customer Solutions at Atreides, an applied data intelligence company.
- Date and time: 30 January, 16.00 CET, 11.00 ET
- Register here
The Open Data Working Group is part of a broader Countering Environmental Corruption Practitioners Forum created in late 2022 by a consortium of leading conservation and anti-corruption organisations: WWF, TRAFFIC, Transparency International and the Basel Institute on Governance. The Open Data Working Group is coordinated by TRAFFIC.
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