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Bath Hacked Loves the Environment

What did we build? And where do we go next?

We had a fantastic time at our environment hack day last weekend. Part of the Bath Digital Festival, we asked people to bring their skills, enthusiasm and creativity and apply them to the task of exploring how to use data and… Continue Reading →

We Love the Environment – The Winners

We are delighted to announce the prize winners in our fifth hack.

Newest Environment Datasets

Our environment hack day is upon us! While we finalise the last minute preparations, we thought it would be useful to give a quick overview of the new and updated datasets that have been published this week.

Announcing our new open geographical data collection

We love maps at Bath: Hacked. From our historical maps to our visualisations in CartoDB we often find ourselves working with maps to explore new ways to visualise data about the local area. To make this even easier we’ve created a new open… Continue Reading →

Ideas Night: Local Food Strategy and Environmental Protection

At the final ideas session for our environment hackday this week we were joined by members of the environmental protection and sustainability teams at the council and representatives of Transition Bath, Mongoose Energy, and Resource Futures for another lively and interesting discussion. Here’s… Continue Reading →

Getting ready to LOVE the environment?

Do you LOVE Bath?  Do you want to make things better in your local area? Are you thinking about coming to our next event? Bath:Hacked loves the environment and this is your chance to get involved!

Ideas Night: Green Spaces and the Smart Energy Vision

At the ideas session for our environment hackday this week, we were joined by Jane Wildblood, Cleo Newcombe-Jones, and Paul Pearce of the B&NES sustainability team. We had an interesting discussion about smart energy, plans to develop the riverside area of… Continue Reading →

Ideas Night: Transition Bath and School Energy Data

At the ideas session for our environment hackday this week, we were joined by Philip Haile of Transition Bath. Philip shared the results of some recent analysis of local school energy usage data. Here’s a summary of what we learned and some… Continue Reading →

Environment hackday: sowing the seeds

Last Wednesday evening we held the first of a series of evening events running up to our Environment hackday on the 13th-14th February. This post has a short summary of what we discussed and an outline of the events happening over the next few… Continue Reading →

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