Jun 14, 2020

WeObserve project launches Open Data Challenge

The ultimate goal of the WeObserve Challenge is to find new approaches and solutions to respond to environmental challenges through open citizen-science datasets, as well as to produce applications and services and showcase citizen science data for public benefit. The two winning individuals/teams will each be awarded €5,000 cash. In addition, the WeObserve team are organising a webinar on Tuesday 16 June at 15:00 CEST aiming to introduce the objectives of the challenge as well as the story of the citizen generated environmental datasets that are made available in the context of the challenge.

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