Esri announces public mapping tools to combat climate change

03/26/2014 | Government Computer News

Mapping technology firm Esri is preparing to release a set of tools including mobile applications, maps and a "geo-collaboration portal" with data for 12 U.S. cities as part of an effort to help communities understand and prepare for the effects of climate change. The project will initially focus on cities including New Orleans and Tamarac, Fla. "We felt it was important to establish this collaborative network of individuals and organizations who use GIS to come together to combat the impacts of climate change," said Esri's Jack Dangermond.

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