Gain a holistic view of environmental impacts
Human activity has an environmental impact. GIS is an essential tool for evaluating, visualizing, and designing solutions that reduce and mitigate negative impacts. Applying new federal funding resources in combination with GIS analysis, community members can be confident their projects are environmentally sustainable, equitable, and resilient.
Areas that GIS can support
Natural Hazard Mitigation
This federal funding aims to reduce natural hazards, whether that's wildfire, drought, or flooding. Ensure that new infrastructure is resilient in the face of climate change.
Clean Land, Air, and Water
This significant funding is for cleaning up pollution and preventing new pollutants from entering our air and water.
America the Beautiful Challenge
This program aims to preserve and restore habitats, improve community resilience, and provide access to the outdoors through nature-based solutions. Apply by July 21, 2022.
Safe Wildlife Passage
This funding is for reducing animal-vehicle collisions by developing wildlife crossings and improving passages in streams by removing barriers and improving culverts.
Additional funded areas
Explore how Esri technology aligns with other funding objectives.
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