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Why geography should be part of every 21st century education
Forbes: When we equip students with geographic knowledge, we empower them to think critically, solve problems and be the architects of change that our planet needs. Read more.

In this Issue

Drone delivery is coming. Here's how it's going to happen.
Esri & The Science of Where Podcast: Michael Healander, founder and CEO of Airspace Link, talks about drone delivery technology and how robotic flight is improving efficiency in the logistics industry. Listen to the podcast.

Geospatial data for climate action
GHGCast: Jack Dangermond, president and founder of Esri and Richard Cooke, Esri director of remote sensing discuss the use of the geographic approach to understand and ameliorate climate change. Read more.

Esri on location: 2020 Census
Esri Industries: Population censuses are one of the primary sources of data for implementing policies aimed at inclusive socioeconomic development and environmental sustainability. Watch the video.

In the Philippines, a shared “disaster imagination” supports resilience
Esri Blog: Interactive maps and apps share disaster analysis across agencies to aid awareness, and better disaster response preparation in the Philippines. Read more.

Maps help ensure equitable distribution of infrastructure funds in Montana
Esri Blog: Montana’s Department of Natural Resources and Conservation employed maps and dashboards to add transparency to the distribution of economic stimulus funds. Read more.

GIS and storm damage assessment
Weather Geeks: Ryan Lanclos, director of public safety solutions at Esri, shares how GIS is being used to supplement a variety of  disasters, both natural and human-caused. Listen to the podcast.

Building a cadastre system that monitors working lands in Azerbaijan
Esri Blog: The geospatial company LAYERMARK, working with the government of Azerbaijan, is managing a mapping and land classification project. Read more.

Three ways ArcGIS GeoBIM saves project managers time and costs
ArcGIS Blog: ArcGIS GeoBIM delivers an innovative, easy-to-use web-based experience for project teams to explore and collaborate on building information modeling (BIM) projects and issues using data from multiple systems in a geospatial context. Read more.

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