The TeRRIFICA project is glad to announce the launch of the TeRRIFICA Crowdmapping tool. This website is built to collect your experiences and opinions where in your local environment climate change comes alive and is tangible. We invite you to put a mark in this interactive map of your region and ask you to explain why you decided to mark this place.
TeRRIFICA is about listening to all different voices within the territorial ecosystem (not only researchers but also citizens, politicians, industry, teachers…) and co-create competence for this global problem. There are no right or wrong answers and/or opinions. They are your local, personal experiences of climate change. Learn more and go to the TeRRIFICA Crowdmapping Tool here: http://climatemapping.terrifica.eu
Each TeRRIFICA pilot region has its own language version:
Belarus – Belorussian – http://belklimat.terrifica.eu
France – French – http://climatoscopie.terrifica.eu
Germany – German – http://klimakarte.terrifica.eu
Poland – Polish – http://mapujklimat.terrifica.eu
Serbia – Serbian – http://belgrade.terrifica.eu
Spain – Spanish – http://cambioclimatico.terrifica.eu
Catalan – http://canviclimatic.terrifica.eu
International version – English – http://climatemapping.terrifica.eu
We are looking forward to jointly co-creating a climate friendly region!
Open Source: Github Repository
The crowdmapping tool developed for TeRRIFICA is Open Source and available on GitHub. There, you can find a repository for the crowdmapping component. This web mapping framework can be used to gather spatial data and insight from the public. You can use this component as a template for your own mapping project.
What is included in the repository
It consists only of the mapping tool itself. The result page will be added in the future but this is a much simpler task, requiring only plain Leflet library.
The main file is map.php.
Framework is based on using WFS-T service that is utilized to put user input into PostGIS database, To streamline this we use excellent Leaflet-WFST library by Flexberry. The template includes 10 predefined layers in 5 categories. Every layer has its own modal template for data input with a predefinded list for user input as well as a space for open answers. Every layer is user editable (user authentication is not provided but PHP Delight library is recomended). This is most probably a more complicated scenario that you will need for your project but you can add or delete layers at will.
You can use it as a template for your own mapping project. It is prepared for internalization making use if i18n libraries both server and client side. Both are needed to translate all editing tools.
All the information you need can be found on this link: https://github.com/mrzeszewski/TeRRIFICA-crowdmapping