Apple, Net Zero, Carbon Offsets, and Transparency

In July, Apple announced its plan to be a net zero carbon emitter by 2030, one of the most aggressive climate pledges by a big-name brand in a year packed with similar announcements. For energy companies such as bp; transportation providers like … Continue reading &rar

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A Breakthrough Way to Map DNA?

Alice Rathjen has a modest proposal: a new method of studying and sharing genetic information that could accelerate our understanding of COVID-19 and other health threats. Rathjen is integrating the worlds of DNA research and mapping technology. Her approach is … Continue reading →<

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Let’s go back to the future

Drawing on lessons learned during the COVID-19 lockdown, Esri UK is adopting more flexible, customer-focused and sustainable ways of working for the future.

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When Business as Usual is Essential but Impossible

How the UK’s utilities are reinventing the way they work to enable them to sustain critical water and energy services.

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Will COVID-19 Rearrange the Global Supply Chain?

COVID-19 has impacted many parts of society. Will it shake the supply chain in ways even climate change and trade wars haven't?

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Certainty in Uncertain Times

Respond effectively to COVID-19 using authoritative, up-to-date data you can trust with absolute certainty.

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Just Add Ingenuity

Use out-of-the-box ArcGIS tools and a little imagination to help you respond to the challenges of COVID-19.

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How Businesses Are Bringing Clarity to Coronavirus Response

Business leaders can use location-specific data to guide their employees and customers amid coronavirus and COVID-19 uncertainty.

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2020: Six Predictions for a Shifting Business Climate

Business trends that will dominate 2020 and beyond begin with customer centricity, rely on automation, and produce better business strategies.

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City of London Police

With improved insight into where the majority of crimes occur and the locations of the most harmful crimes, City of London Police can optimise its allocation of resources and prevent more crimes.

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