Through Spatial Vision’s 2023 Pacific Geospatial Skills Development Program, evidence was sought to support Fiji’s need to enhance their overall geospatial capability to guide development of critical spatial infrastructure, upskill resources, shape policy and provide detailed investment roadmaps.
The South East Councils Climate Change Alliance (SECCCA) engaged Spatial Vision to undertake an asset vulnerability assessment on selected assets and a financial review to assist member councils in better understanding and planning for the likely impacts of anticipated climate change.
Climate data informed geospatial strategies are essential for developing multi-hazard early warning systems to safeguard lives and livelihoods.
Climate change threatens the economic, social and environmental stability of Pacific Islands. Spatial Vision can help create geospatial frameworks, develop critical skills, improve understanding and implement evidence-based policies, strategies and roadmaps to support sustainable development across the Pacific.
Be it the effects of climate change or La Niña, Australia has been inundated with extreme flooding events in 2022. Spatial Vision’s award winning mapping and analysis work for E2DesignLab, Melbourne Water and affected councils in the flood prone Elster Creek catchment zone charts a course for vulnerable urban areas.
Spatial Vision developed an interactive map of Australia for the Climate Council that represents the vulnerability of any address to the effects extreme weather over different timeframes and emission scenarios. The underlying data was supplied by Climate Valuation.
A Spatial Vision collaboration with E2Designlab and Hansen Partnership to complete a permeability research project for City of Port Phillip has been ‘Highly Commended’ at Stormwater Victoria‘s Awards for Excellence.
The South East Councils Climate Change Alliance (SECCCA) engaged Spatial Vision with the support of Marsden Jacob Associates (MJA) to undertake an asset vulnerability assessment on selected assets and a financial review to assist member councils in better understanding and planning for the likely impacts of anticipated climate change.
The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and the Barwon Regional Partnership Councils engaged Spatial Vision to help build their capacity in the application of spatial technologies to better plan for and understand the consequences of anticipated climate change and associated extreme weather events for their communities.
The North East Catchment Management Authority engaged Spatial Vision to model and spatially represent changes in key climatic factors, agricultural productivity and water balance.