Vienna, VA, May 9, 2023 – The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has awarded a contract to Spire Global, Inc. (NYSE: SPIR) (“Spire” or “the Company”) subsidiary ExactEarth Ltd. to deliver preparatory work for implementation phases of a wildfire monitoring satellite.
Jack and Laura Dangermond Honored with Conservation Visionary Award
Esri Founders Recognized by International Land Conservation Network for Environmental Efforts
Biden-Harris Administration Announces New Steps for Climate Resilience and Forest Conservation
At President Biden’s Direction, USDA and Interior Release Inventory of Mature and Old-Growth Forests, Set Reforestation Targets for Federal Lands
New big game migration maps support conservation planning across the West
LARAMIE, Wyo.—The USGS, in partnership with state and Tribal wildlife agencies, today published the third volume in a series of new maps of big game migration corridors. The new maps add more valuable tools for land managers and policy makers to mitigate the impacts of development on wildlife.
University of Hawaii, NOAA to gather climate change data following Mauna Loa eruption
NOAA will partner with the University of Hawaii (UH) to collect atmospheric measurements at the Maunakea Observatoriesoffsite link on the Big Island of Hawaii. These measurements will provide records of global carbon dioxide (CO2) similar to those gathered for more than six decades at NOAA’s Mauna Loa Observatory (MLO), and will provide key information to track global climate change.
New Collaboration Between Extract Energy and Hamilton Community Enterprises Will Harvest “Free” Energy
CAMBRIDGE, Ontario, Nov. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — This week, Extract Energy launched a pilot project with Hamilton Community Enterprises (HCE) to demonstrate new technology designed to harvest a vast, untapped source of clean electricity.
Bentley Systems Explores Decarbonization and Climate-Resilient Pathways with Digital Solutions at COP27
Will Present in Sustainable Innovation Forum and Partner with Microsoft in the Green Zone
Esri Partners with Digital Earth Africa to Support Sustainable Growth
Agreement Will Expand Access to Satellite Imagery Analysis for Environmental Monitoring and Risk Reduction
Geospatial solutions for climate change explored at Geo-Resolution 2022 in St. Louis
Experts in geospatial information, public health, human migration and water, energy and food systems gathered at the Geo-Resolution conference at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Sept. 28, to talk about the impacts of climate change and how geospatial technology can be used to better understand and mitigate climate change impacts.
Esri Partners with Federal Government and State of California to Tackle Climate Change, Improve Resilience
Map-Based Dashboards Help Communities Assess Exposure to Climate Hazards and Conservation Opportunities