Episode 5: GIS and the climate emergency

2nd November 2021
Esri & The Science of Where Podcast

Episode 5: GIS and the climate emergency

In this episode we welcome two special guests, Addy Pope and Miles Gabriel, to help explore the role that GIS plays in the climate emergency. We uncover the impact that GIS has already had within the conversation of climate change, whilst also looking ahead beyond COP26 and how important GIS will be as our climate changes.

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