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Tipping Points: Climate Projections and Economic Possibilities

At the Redlands Forum on February 6, Dr. Nicholas Reksten and Dr. Hillary Jenkins shared about the major events of the past year that have had an impact on the climate crisis, what this means for…

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Sharing Data Across Governments

Data often becomes siloed when it is collected by different departments or organizations, but that doesn't have to be the case. With six counties, 119 cities, and 19 million people represented…

From  Video Storytelling Studio 412 plays

Geodesign for Technologists

Reversing climate change on Earth is the most important geodesign problem. The International Geodesign Collaboration, with the Liechtenstein Institute for Strategic Development, Geodesign hub and…

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TNC Point Conception Institute

Digital twins, or virtual representations of physical objects or processes can provide a powerful tool for tracking environmental changes over time and informing adaptive management strategies and…

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SCAG Regional Data Platform: Emerging Patterns in Regional Geodesign

The Southern California Association of Governments is the largest Metropolitan Planning Organization in the U.S., comprised of 191 cities and six counties. In this presentation, SCAG introduces its…

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How does the public take advantage of your tools and data?

California Natural Resources Agency’s Deputy Director Dr. Jen Norris describes how maps can power localized conservation efforts.

From  Robby Deming 3 plays

Providing access to nature

California Natural Resources Agency’s Deputy Director Dr. Jen Norris describes their efforts to prioritize community access to nature.

From  Robby Deming 2 plays

Proven Steps to get the most from your GIS Investment

Esri has several teams more than willing to help you throughout your geospatial journey. Hear from the California Department of Health Care Services and how they are able to implement GIS as a…

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GIS in Emergency Communications Panel

Continue the conversation with NENA and Cal OES with Esri and questions from the audience on GIS in Emergency Communications.

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The California Experience in Next Generation 911

CaOES - Learn how California migrated their antiquated 911 system toward a Next-Generation-Ready, geospatial addressing solution with plans to tackle indoor positioning and 3D challenges in the PSAP.

From  Esri 52 plays

Strengthening the UC Community through GIS

The University of California System coordinates GIS activities across institutions, sharing expertise and data. When the Kincade fire threatened several institutions, the UC GIS community was able…

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California Natural Resources Agency

California 30x30 – CA Nature The State of California is committed to conserving 30 percent of its lands and coastal waters by 2030 to protect the State's extraordinary biodiversity while…

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Nature-Based Solutions in California: Combating Climate Change and Achieving 30x30

The California Natural Resources Agency is working with Esri to develop an integrated suite of mapping and visualization tools that use authoritative data to display, prioritize, and track the…

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Nature-Based Solutions in California: Combating Climate Change and Achieving 30x30

The California Natural Resources Agency is working with Esri to develop an integrated suite of mapping and visualization tools that use authoritative data to display, prioritize, and track the…

From  Esri 19 plays

Improving Accessibility Through Network Adequacy Review | Panel Discussion

Dr. Linette Scott from the California Department of Health Care Services leads a panel discussion on the use of GIS for network adequacy with Nancy Leathers of the Veterans Health Administration and…

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Animated Maps: Ten Most Destructive California Wildfires

In 2003, the Cedar Fire swept through Southern California’s San Diego County, consuming more than 273,000 acres, destroying nearly 3,000 structures, and killing 15 people. It was the…

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