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SEED Hubs

What are SEED Hubs?

SEED Hubs are dedicated spaces for self-sustaining communities of practice. Hubs facilitate data discussions, allowing organisations and their communities to interact seamlessly and access SEED data. As a service, SEED Hubs empower communities to create the intelligence they need, derive insights for informed environmental decision-making, and bring together communities in a dedicated space for sharing and collaborating on themed data, encouraging valuable discussions and feedback.

Currently available Hubs

Water Hub

The Water Hub offers a space for the community to explore information and engage with one another regarding water datasets. The Water Hub is administered by NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW).

Air Quality Hub

The Air Quality Hub is a space for the community to explore information and engage with one another regarding air quality monitoring in NSW. The Hub is administered by the NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) - Climate & Atmospheric Branch in collaboration with The Operational Network of Air Quality Impact Resources (OPENAIR).

Natural Capital Accounting Hub

The Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) Hub is a space for the community to explore information and engage with one another regarding natural capital accounting. The Hub is administered by the NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW) - Natural Capital, Economics and Insights (Natural Capital Markets and Accounts) branch

Imagery Hub

The Imagery Hub serves as a centralised database for a wide range of satellite imagery for New South Wales, Australia. It provides NSW government agencies and researchers with valuable resources for environmental monitoring, urban planning, and disaster management. With its user-friendly interface and comprehensive datasets, the Hub facilitates informed decision-making and analysis across various sectors.