Can quality of life be mapped? | Kaid Benfield’s Blog | Switchboard, from NRDC

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  Earlier this week at the annual conference of the American Planning Association, I attended a very interesting session on GIS mapping of combined data sets.  It was billed as a session on “mashups,” which I suppose the presenters thought…

Donovan Gillman‘s insight:

It should come as no surprise that most people in Egor are not happy – will this "fact"- i.e.  that these areas are mapped, make any difference to the problems these people  experience in their daily lives -or is this just another type of academic past time ?

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