MfC and Jasia Warren designed the EJOLT website and MfC is currently developing the mapping platform for the project. EJOLT is a European- funded project with 23 partners in 20 countries (including ANPED). EJOLT is mapping environmental injustices worldwide, making case studies and bridging the gap between activists and researchers.
BTCV is an international volunteering organisation supporting conservation initiatives in the UK and around the world. MfC has been developing a system to help BTCV assess the impact of their activities on the communities within which they operate.
The Chislehurst Society is a local charity that aims to keep Chilehurst special for its residents and visitors alike. MfC has developed a community map where its locals provide information about open spaces, history, present, future, events and others.
MfC is working with CIVA on The Waterways Project @ CIVA to enable waterways stakeholders to upload information on sites they consider to be potential opportunities for social economy and community asset development. At first, four maps were created East London, Hebden Bridge, Monmouthshire & Brecon and Stoke on Trent.
MfC provided a community map where members of the Converge network can interact with each other.
MfC designed two interactive maps for both North Dorset and Newcastle as part of the Green Alliance‘s Project New times new connections: the landscape of civil society action on climate change. The project was supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
MfC has participated in collaboration with London Sustainability Exchange, in three projects around London being two aiming to tackle environmental justice (Pepys State – noise pollution map; Archway regeneration – community information hub) and one of environmental inequality (Marks Gate – local area map).
MfC has facilitated and hosted the Sustainable Water System’s debate which was led by nef .
MfC has worked with Northfleet BLT to design and develop a map-based community profile. This map exists to help the community collectively asses what currently exists, what changes need to be made and where the most effective use of funding can be made to make their local neighbourhood a better place to live.
MfC facilitated the UCL project “Uncovering the Hidden Spaces pd UCL and King’s Cross” . The project counted with the participation of 77 community members and 82 students and staff.
MfC created a map for the Thames Discovery Programme, which aims to communicate an understanding and informed enjoyment of the historic Thames to the widest possible audience. The project is hosted by Thames Statuary Partnership in the UCL Environment Institute, and the Thames Explorer Trust with generous support from Heritage Lottery Funding.
MfC developed the London Faith Map for the Conservation Foundation. This map was set to help anyone with an interest in environmental issues in London and also to promote what different faith groups are doing.