Much of the world's population is clustered along coastlines. GIS helps students examine flooding scenarios, monitor flood impacts, and find solutions to reduce risk in these communities.
Climate change affects everyone and is a key factor in many course topics. Geographic information system (GIS) technology allows you to quantify and communicate climate risk and vulnerability.
Students and researchers can access ArcGIS in the lab, the field, and at home to work on projects they are passionate about. Esri’s sustainability teaching resources help you provide them with the knowledge to create resiliency plans in their future workplaces.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Old Dominion University, and Esri worked together to study impacts of sea level rise.