City science projects are collaborations with cities and neighborhoods to collect information about physical and social environments, uses of the built environment and attitudes. We apply this information to analysis and monitoring of city and neighborhood conditions, particularly related to climate change. CEDaR relies extensively on volunteers and community organizations to define priorities and support data collection, and the MetroLab Network frames this work at a national scale.
City Science Partners: cities of Denver and Boulder, MetroLab Network and Boulder Housing Partners.
Other City Science projects:
- Assessing a Smart City Information Architecture for the City of Denver
- Civic Challenge Ideas Competition
- Remote Sensing and Urban Management