WELCOME TO OGM2
This is version 2 of Green Map System's Open Green Map platform. Designed for community mapping, this platform is ready for all kinds of mapmakers, from students to professionals who want to draw attention to sustainability resources and needs in their own city or town. It includes the original set of Green Map Icons for charting nature, culture, social justice and sustainable living resources. OGM2 allows for new icon sets to be added, and we recently added Green Map's Recovery Icons (created in response to the Pandemic) and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, along with customized sets for specific localities.
OGM2 is versatile, and allows import and export of data. It has all the sites uploaded to the original OGM platform between 2009-2019, and while existing mapmakers are gradually reviewing and updating, there are several brand-new Open Green Maps to explore. Start by Browsing or explore the world view map. Or create a new account (it's free) at the Sign In and get your own map rolling!
Our thanks to Ciprian Samoila and the GISCollective team of Bogdan Szabo, Alexandra Casapu and their great open work!
NEW! Check out the February 2021 OGM2 Demo and Discussion Video (passcode: Wz8T$GLX).
It's now 2021 - a great year for making your first Green Map! There are new 'campaigns' in the works to help group projects!
What we accomplished so far:
December 2020 - Yes, you can now add sound files, 360º photos and more to location descriptions.
November 2020 - a great month for connecting with networks and adding languages to the interface!
October 2020 - Refining the data filtering, photos and profile.
September 2020 - More flexibility: add your own basemap. Seeking volunteers to translate the interface.
August 2020 - New! Now you can map Lines and Polygons, Upload files or draw bike routes, car-free zones, etc!
July 2020 - Several new features are added, including an FAQ!
June 2020 - Now in Beta, with first tutorials ready (to be updated in Spring 2021)
March 2020 - open to all for alpha testing
February 2020 - open to Map Makers to update OGM1 maps and data, provide feedback