Partnering for a planet in balance
Building upon decades of collaboration, Esri and the National Geographic Society have formed a strategic partnership to provide advanced solutions for managing protected areas. Through the alignment of Esri’s leading geospatial technology and the National Geographic Society’s expertise in storytelling to illuminate the issues our planet is facing today, our organizations are committed to advancing partnerships, technologies, capacity and methods for management and storytelling to preserve and sustain natural areas.
Intelligent systems to fortify nature amid growing threats
Poaching, deforestation, the expanding human footprint and climate change are among the rising threats to biodiversity globally. As these threats lead to increased fragmentation of critical habitats and the loss of key species, it’s critical to reverse the trend with time-tested, intelligent systems which enable informed and timely management decisions.
ArcGIS Solutions for Protected Area Management
ArcGIS for Protected Area Management provides area managers with a configured suite of apps which support key workflows essential for managing natural areas. The program includes a secure and flexible framework for deploying focused apps which have been designed to empower key individuals to optimize operations. ArcGIS for Protected Area Management allows protected area management staff to work more effectively and transparently on conservation area management challenges both within and beyond a park boundary.
Secure cloud-based content management
Living Atlas content
Configurable Mobile and Web Apps
Basic internet/network coverage
Implementation and enablement service offerings
Solution Templates (coming soon)
DIY implementation guides
Solutions learning pathways
Garamba National Park
The power of conservation intelligence is that we now have the tools to transform data in time for proactive management decisions that realign conservation with its intended outcomes.
Director of R&D, Garamba National Park, African Parks