Case Study: SPREP MMEL Climate Resilience Support Tool

Working alongside Samoan local partner, SkyEye, Spatial Vision created an online tool to assist Pacific Islander people locate a range of climate resources specific to their needs.

Spatial Vision launches geospatial climate group

Facilitated by our Climate Specialist Rhiannan Mundana, a new collective – G4Climate (Geospatial for Climate) – recently kicked off to an overwhelmingly positive response.

Case Study: Climate Heat Map of Australia

Spatial Vision’s interactive Climate Heat Map of Australia developed for the Climate Council projects the likelihood of extreme heat days under various emission scenarios across the entire country.

Hot enough for you? Climate Heat Map of Australia released

With the help of Spatial Vision, the Climate Council have release the Climate Heat Map of Australia – an interactive tool that shows how cutting climate pollution will limit extreme heat in our neighbourhoods.

Shaping Fiji’s Future Geospatial Capability

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.

Case Study: Enhancing Climate Resilience

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.

The Role of Geospatial Intelligence in Building Resilience

Climate data informed geospatial strategies are essential for developing multi-hazard early warning systems to safeguard lives and livelihoods.

Geospatial technology essential to early warning weather systems

Climate data informed geospatial strategies are essential for developing multi-hazard early warning systems to safeguard lives and livelihoods.

Building Resilience in the Pacific

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 Climate Active Certified

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.