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With a rich history in civic activism, Oakland now uses a geographic lens to expose and address ongoing racial inequities.
As businesses pledge to address racial injustice, location intelligence points execs toward racial equity goals in the company and the community.
Armed with the understanding that trees and shade improve health, Los Angeles works with partners to plant new trees equitably.
Location intelligence provides insight into patterns of inequality and connects communities around a common understanding to drive change.
The Trust for Public Land partners with cities nationwide to transform vacant land into parks, always factoring in equity.
Black users of GIS share how geography provides a lens to address inequities, examine their unique perspectives, and take action.
Texas Housers examines racial equity to deliver equitable housing in Houston.
The Philadelphia City Council uses GIS to understand the impacts of pro-growth policies on the city’s vulnerable long-term residents.
The city of Tempe, Arizona added the ability to test coronavirus bio markers in wastewater to provide advance warning about COVID-19 spikes.
Using data and location analytics, corporations are unlocking economic opportunity while promoting equity and sustainability.