The global population is rapidly expanding, increasing pressure on our finite resources and ability to produce food. In addition the food that we do have is not currently in the areas where it is needed most. We are facing a …
#DefraData's Tim Ashelford compares his first experiences with free and open source geographical information software QGIS with proprietary alternatives. He is joined by QGIS pro Alexandra Kilcoyne from Natural England.
Build a community in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra) for data professionals? Our survey said…. X
We had a chance to speak to Sarah Hendry about what #DataDriven Defra means to her, and also to hear about her own hashtag: #NobelNostalgia.
To complement our (the Environment Agency’s) publication of open data on river levels, we have now made near real-time rainfall data available via an API.
Do you feel like sometimes you're working in a vacuum; no one really understands the data publishing problems you have and no-one can help? Well, welcome to the Data practitioners' group – they can solve them all! Well maybe not …
I started collecting soils and agricultural land classification survey data for Defra in Northern England as a Research Officer in 1986.
For our first #DefraDataHour, we asked the Twitterverse what one thing Defra could do tomorrow to help you use data better
On Wednesday this week we are running our first #DefraDataHour. This blog post is to tell you why.
Environment Agency Geomatics experts Andrew Richman and Crispin Hambidge explain how satellite and LiDAR are helping Enforcement Officers identify agricultural runoff.