A Geospatial processing toolbox for environmental and climate studies: it converts raw geographical data (OpenStreetMap and French BDTopo) into indicators useful for climate applications (sky view factor, vegetation fraction, etc.) However, its application is not limited to the climate field. The indicators calculated in GeoClimate can also be used for other diagnostic or planning purposes: studying the territory fragmentation, the influence of the urban fabric on pollution (noise or air chemical transport), the energy consumption, etc.
GeoClimate is available as free and open source geospatial software. More info: https://joss.theoj.org/papers/10.21105/joss.03541