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U.S. Climate Data Initiative: What’s in it for the Geospatial Community?

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Tuesday, March 25th 2014


Last week President Obama announced the administration’s Climate Data Initiative. What’s in it for geospatial professionals? For the citizens of the United States? What might its impact be on other global challenges?

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A Conversation on Climate Change - YouTube
Obama's Climate Data Initiative: Congress gridlocked? Empower the public. ( video) - CSMonitor.com
Climate Change | GIS for Climate Research & Global Warming
Coastal Inundation in Your Community | Space Apps Challenge
New Open Data Guide from World Bank - All Points Blog
Dangermond to Participate in White House Event on Climate Change - Directions Magazine
Esri Supports White House Climate Data Initiative - Directions Magazine
FACT SHEET: The President’s Climate Data Initiative: Empowering America’s Communities to Prepare for the Effects of Climate Change - Directions Magazine
CartoDB Climate Grants to give up to $3500 to nonprofits working on climate change - Directions Magazine


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