Ep 4: Importance of Data in Understanding Climate and Its Impact in Your Community With Landen Matechuk, Cedar Shore Consulting
It is useful to know and understand the climate normal in your area to know and understand the changes that are happening there.
In this episode, Bri interviews GIS specialist Landen Matechuk about the data they collect and how to communicate it with people who use it, and the impact it makes. He shares valuable knowledge about the ecosystem’s resilience and the part it plays in nature conservation despite the disturbances brought about by people.
Listen up and understand more.
Episode 4 at a glance:
- The measure of ecosystem’s resilience and its importance.
- The impact of diversity in the ecosystem.
- The dangerous impact of development and removal of vegetation along stream beds.
- Why Landon’s type of work exists and what it does.
- Focusing on what is happening in your community.
- Paying attention to where your resources are coming from.
- Why we all need to do our part.
- Why our consumption of things should be done with intent and mindfulness.
- Keeping nature wild is when you're out experiencing nature and taking part in activities that are only made possible through conservation and protection.
Until the next episode!
Landen Matechuk is the Founder and Head GIS Specialist of Cedar Shore Consulting.
Cedar Shore Consulting provides services such as Data Analysis, Mapping, and Modeling, and IT consulting.
Connect and know more about Landen and Cedar Shore Consulting here:
About the host:
Briana Sullivan is the Community Manager of Keep Nature Wild. Her passions for writing, trail running, and community building sparked and fires up the value that she brings to creating compelling and exciting content and campaign ideas.
More about Keep Nature Wild:
At Keep Nature Wild, we like to have fun outside. We share stories around the campfire. We look up at the stars. We dream big. We laugh—loudly. We bring that light-hearted spirit to every item we make and every outdoor cleanup we host. And together, we pick up one pound of trash for every product sold.
Our products are crazy cozy, super soft, and exceptionally comfy. We design outdoor apparel and accessories to bring a smile to your face, to brighten your day, to enable your next adventure, to spark connections, to build community, and to make our planet a better place.