Putting Maps on the Web: A Guide for Environmental & Conservation Organizations


Maps are powerful communication tools. Environmental and conservation organizations often use them to visualize both natural and artificial features, including property boundaries, topography, stewardship projects, hydrological boundaries, indicators of environmental change, capital assets, and hazardous areas. Recent advances in web-based cartography have allowed organizations to share information with the public and stakeholders in new and exciting ways. This webinar will discuss:

  • Different types of web-based maps (static, interactive, dashboards, portals);
  • Advantages of interactive maps on the web;
  • Open source solutions for web-based cartography;
  • Best practices for web-based cartography;
  • Various sources of open data in Canada.

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