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Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation

Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation integrates authoritative data to help local governments see their exposure to climate-related hazards.

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Build an actionable climate plan

Climate change is a complex, global problem requiring authoritative data and solutions. Our climate resources are a great way to build a climate action plan to get the answers you need.

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Weather and Climate Science

Get geospatial resources for forecasting, preparedness, and adaptation. See how scientists are using GIS to address climate change.

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Achieve sustainable conservation with the power of geography. Modern conservation technologies enable efficient and, increasingly, real-time observations to monitor natural areas, leading to new insights and understanding through conservation science. 

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Download the climate action ebook

Discover how organizations such as the UN World Food Programme, National Audubon Society, CAL FIRE, City of Los Angeles, and E. O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation are using GIS to take action against extreme heat, drought, wildfire, flooding, and biodiversity loss.