Thursday November 26, 2020

Irish software firm maps London’s green spaces

12th August, 2018

An Irish software company is barking up the right tree after securing a deal with the Greater London Authority to map all its green areas.

Curio brings together public and environmental professionals to provide better knowledge and management of local ecosystems and green areas. Founded by Paul Hickey and Conor Nugent, Curio recently completed a project with the Greater London Authority to identify all tree cover and separately all green area cover for the whole...

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