Climate Change Is a Geographic Problem

Climate Change Is a Geographic Problem

Reducing the risks caused by climate change is an immense challenge. Scientists, policy makers, developers, engineers, and many others have used GIS to better understand a complex situation and offer some tangible solutions. Technology offers a means to assess, plan, and implement sustainable programs that can affect us 10, 20, and 100 years into the future.
A GIS-based framework helps us gain a scientific understanding of earth systems at a truly global scale and leads to more thoughtful, informed decision making:

Climate change is a geographic problem, and we believe solving it takes a geographic solution.

What are the benefits of using GIS technology to advance climate change science?

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