Environmental managers use GIS to make land-use planning decisions, monitor environmental remediation sites, and comply with environmental regulations. With GIS, you can:
- Incorporate existing foundation data—such as current land use, distance to utilities and environmental concerns, and other information—into the decision-making process.
- Include existing installation rules and regulations in the analysis.
- Develop, capture, and share a site selection process model for reuse and refinement.
- Generate automated reports and share the results.
- Provide carbon footprint accounting.
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