Climate change is a geographic problem, and we believe solving it takes a geographic solution.

GIS has a long history of driving environmental understanding and decision making. Policymakers, planners, scientists, and many others worldwide rely on GIS for data management and scientific analysis.

GIS users represent a vast reservoir of knowledge, expertise, and best practices in applying this cornerstone technology to climate science, carbon management, renewable energy, sustainability, and disaster management.


Climate Change is a Geographic Problem [PDF] by Jack Dangermond and Matt Artz

The Climate Change-GIS Connection by Jack Dangermond

SimCLIM for ArcGIS/Climate Add-in: enables ArcGIS users to produce spatial images of climate change through a quick, easy and straight-forward process

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