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  1. 2008.10.21 바이오니어즈 컨퍼런스 두번째날(Bioneers, Day Two)
구글어스/구글맵2008. 10. 21. 19:49
10월 20일자 구글 LatLong 블로그 소식입니다. 어제에 이어 지난 주에 있었던 바이오니어즈 컨퍼런스에 관한 글입니다.

대충 읽어봤는데, 제가 관심있어하는 기술적인 내용은 없고, 컨퍼런스 발표내용 요약 및 구글어스 아웃리치 프로젝트를 소개하는 내용 정도만 있는데다, 번역도 별로 자신이 없어서 그냥 패쓰하겠습니다.

바이오니어즈 컨퍼런스에 관한 자세한 내용은 아래 링크를 읽어보시기 바랍니다.

민, 푸른하늘
Monday, October 20, 2008 at 2:20 PM
Sunday’s plenary sessions at Bioneers brought more people from all over the globe into one room to collectively vocalize the issues they’re most passionate about. Lucas Benitez from the
바이오니어즈(Bioneers) 컨퍼런스
Coalition of Immokalee Workers left Mexico at age 14 to work in the fields in the US, and has used hunger strikes and labor camps to bring large fast-food restaurant chains to the negotiating table to end modern-day slavery. Christine Loh, from Hong Kong’s environmental group Civic Exchange, discussed how the US should set a sustainable example while China develops.

Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, examined the implications of the $700bn bailout plan, and Congressmembers and average citizen’s responsibility in regulating our newest acquistions, the financial institutions. Among these agents of change, Rebecca Moore from Google Earth Outreach flew people over the Santa Cruz Mountains, where she used Google Earth to stop a logging proposal in her neighborhood. She then flew over Appalachia, where you can look at Appalachian Voices' historical imagery of the mountains and compare it to how the mountains look today. Coal mining companies have blasted up to 800ft off the tops of the mountains. It's pretty shocking if you haven't seen it before, and now everyone can see it in Google Earth. See it for yourself here.

In the afternoon, Google Earth Outreach presented on two panels: the first dove deeper into Appalachian Voices' use of Google Earth and Maps with Mary Anne Hitt, the Executive Director of Appalachian Voices, and showed how Sylvia Earle, Founder of Deep Ocean Exploration and Research (DOER), has used Google Earth for marine conservation. John Gardiner also discussed the development of the Dreaming New Mexico visualization project, done in collaboration with Bioneers, Peter Warshall, Chantal Foster and Alex Sielicki. The second panel featured the Neighborhood Against Irresponsible Logging group, who are celebrating their recent win, defeating a logging proposal in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Stay tuned for an update about the post-workshop intensive training session where public benefit groups are learning to use Google Earth and Maps to make the world a better place.

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