The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Data track on Climate Change Reporting: Local Data and Climate Event Planning

The Open Knowledge Brasil is holding a three track training session of Climate Change reporting using data during Coda Amazonia, the local version of the Brazilian Conference on Data Journalism and Digital Methods (Coda.Br), Latin America’s leading data journalism event.

The third is on Local data and climate event planning. In this workshop, participants will take lessons on how to gather local data to predict impactful weather events and how these serve as inputs for public socio-environmental planning.

Duration:  2 hours

Coda Amazônia takes place between 31 August and 1 September in Belém (Pará) and on 2 September on Marajó Island, also in the state of Pará. The Open Climate Reporting Initiative (OCRI) will be present at five different sessions.

Registration can be done here until 25 August.

1 September 2023 – Universidade Federal do Pará


Bianca Cavalcanti

Researcher at Greenpeace Brazil and a Master's student in Geography at the Federal University of Amazonas. She has experience in deforestation and environmental modelling of land use and land cover, monitoring ocean oil spills using geoprocessing and remote sensing techniques.


  • 1 September 2023 09.00–11.00 Brasilia Standard Time - BRT (GMT-3)
Brasilia Standard Time - BRT (GMT-3)