London 21 Environmental Inequalities Project
Filed under: Community Action & Campaigns
For two years, ending in July 2008, London 21 ran an exciting pilot programme on environmental inequalities. The project worked with five community groups across London supporting local people to identify their own concerns about their local environment's, and use map-making as a way to gather and present their own evidence to facilitate action. Read more about the pilot groups.
As part of the project we worked with several groups to create online community environment maps on our Community Maps webpage. Take a look to find out how these local groups have used mapping to to represent their local areas. Community Maps Website
For more information have a look at the project summary.
For resources visit our Useful Resources page. Here you can get information on how to find out more about your local environment, or conduct your own mapping project.
Community Mapping Action Pack
We've created an action pack detailing how any local group can use the simple mapping techniques employed during the project to create their own local community maps. This free resource is available for download here.
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