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.
Spatial Vision is committed to reducing our operational impact on the environment and is pleased to report our certification by Climate Active as a Carbon Neutral Organisation.
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 is honoured to have won the Community Impact category at the 2022 NSW APSEA Awards for our work with Climate Council developing the Climate Risk Map.
Spatial Vision are honoured to have won Victorian APSEA Awards for both our nominated projects – Victoria’s Digital Cadastre Modernisation and the Surface Permeability Analysis of Elster Creek Catchment.
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.
Spatial Vision are working with SECCCA council members and community resilience experts to identify and visualise vulnerable communities and supporting services that are exposed to the impacts of climate change. Learn more.
Climate risk and vulnerability assessments are an important part of adaptation planning for many councils. We’re working directly with councils to ensure our climate project outputs are accessible, usable, and well understood.