NOAA and the UK’s Met Office share insights and ideas on climate resilient gates. The event can be followed in person and via live broadcast.
Jack Dangermond, Founder and President, Esri
Dr. Richard Spinrad, NOAA Undersecretary for the Oceans and Atmosphere and NOAA Administrator
Richard Bevan, Head of Technology at the UK Met Office
Hilton Bayfront, San Diego. 1 Park Boulevard. San Diego, CA 92101 Cobalt 500;
Or via live broadcast – please request the link via email: [email protected]
Tue Jul 11, 2023 11:15am PDT
Addressing climate change at the national level requires a massive mobilization of data, resources and ready-to-use tools that societies at all levels can use to address current and future challenges. Federal agencies in the US and UK are taking a geospatial approach by incorporating trusted layers of government data. Hear from influential leaders from Esri, NOAA, and the Met Office about how they are using geospatial data to gain site-specific insights for community planning, policy making, and climate action implementation. Find out about the recently launched climate portals by both authorities and learn more about what happens and is possible when using GIS for climate protection.
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