The Open 17 Water Challenge
A project is where you put forth your ideas for a specific area or scope. Collaborators make proposals to reach the goal of the project.
You can start debates, run a blog and conduct a survey. You can also set periodical meetings to make decisions about the project. You can start debates, run a blog and conduct a survey. You can also set periodical meetings to make decisions about the project. Some of these meetings are private and some are open. If they are open, it is possible to participate in them (for example: attending if the capacity allows it, adding points to the agenda, or commenting on the proposals and decisions taken).
Examples: A project for the betterment of urban drinking water, a project to reduce plastic use, etc.
Innovating for Urban Water Resilience
The impacts of climate change include more extreme weather, leading to floods and drought that are putting urban communities under increasing stress. How can crowdsourcing and citizen science be used to monitor and address these challenges? Official site: openseventeen.org