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Student-Led Mapping Locates Areas in Los Angeles in Need of Shade Equity

Armed with the understanding that trees and shade improve health, Los Angeles works with partners to plant new trees equitably.

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In the Face of Pandemic, GIS Users Around the World Respond

Health ministries, nonprofits, hospitals, and municipalities used GIS to locate cases of COVID-19, predict its spread, and start reopening.

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Building a Complete GIS Database of Protected Areas

USGS Leads Inventory of Lands in the Public Interest

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Identifying the Most Valuable Parcels to Protect

Nonprofit land trust organizations implement environmental planning using conservation strategies such as conservation easements.

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Mapping Open Spaces and Extending Conservation’s Reach

GIS Hero Larry Orman forged a career that set the agenda for regional planning and conservation.

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Weathering Hurricane Florence

Web GIS is changing disaster response, allowing organizations to continually unite their daily operations with emergency needs.

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Open Science Is Good Science

Open science is a global movement to make scientific research open and accessible. Organizations can use ArcGIS Hub to increase engagement.

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GIS Helps Open Up US Legislative Process

On November 8, in addition to choosing a new president, Americans will elect or reelect 34 senators and all 435 representatives to Congress.

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Protecting New York City’s Water Supply

A nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving water quality and a viable rural economy in upstate New York used imagery and GIS.

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Esri Donates ArcGIS Software Licenses to GISCorps Volunteers3

GISCorps members who pitch in to help during natural disasters or donate time at a nonprofit organization such as a food bank will get the...

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Equity and Inclusion: A Publisher’s Journey with GIS

Publisher of Black Voice News finds ways to use GIS mapping to advocate for the voiceless while promoting corporate social responsibility.

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