An international conference AGSE2013 is being organized during the month of December in Ahmedabad, India. With the specific emphasis of Geospatial Momentum for Society and Environment aims to bring together the international experts, researchers, students, scientists, academia, professional to share their knowledge and experience under single roof. The major themes of the conference are: Resource Management and Geoinformatics, Sustainable Land Management, Climate and Disaster, Open Source and Web GIS
Special sessions for Geospatial Industries have been planned to showcase their advancements, achievements and innovations in science and technology.
For more details visit conference website at www.agse2013-cept.in or contact Conference Secretariat on email firstname.lastname@example.org
Two day International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing workshop on ‘Innovative Learning Tools 2013 with specific emphasis on Strategies for Earth Resource Management’ is organized at CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India on 20-21 December, 2013. This workshop aims for promoting innovative learning methods such as e-learning and web-based applications for education services, technology transfer and capacity development. It focuses on e-delivery of educational services to standardization of teaching concepts, participatory teaching, interactive and collaborative training and skill development.
Bring Your Message to California’s Capitol....by Bicycle!
Climate Ride will return for its fourth year May 17-20, 2014, and will see hundreds of cyclists pedal from San Francisco to Sacramento via California’s classic WIne Country to raise awareness of sustainability, renewable energy climate issues and bicycle advocacy. This “green conference on wheels” and fully-supported adventure raises funds for more than 60 non-profits including NRDC, Green America, 350.org, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, Transportation Alternatives, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, East Bay Bicycle Coalition, Sierra Club California, and more.
Climate Ride is the first multi-day, multi-city charitable bicycle ride to address climate change and renewable energy issues. The event also endeavors to showcase the bicycle as the ultimate carbon-free machine and a viable form of transportation. Since 2008, Climate Ride has generated over $1 million in grants to more than 60 organizations.
Participants can currently register for the Climate Ride online at www.climateride.org. For more information, or to support a participant, visit www.climateride.org.