Discover how geographic information system (GIS) technology and location intelligence can help organisations achieve net-zero targets. Explore the resources below and register your interest to participate in a first-of-its-kind virtual carbon farming forum.
Regenerative engineering aims to capture atmospheric carbon through improved land management and land quality. Find out how it works in the Experience builder map.
The Yale Environmental Law and Policy Center tackle the question of whether the environment is getting better or worse with the Environmental Performance Index (EPI).
The Clean Energy Regulator is leading the way in advancing the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy and reducing Australia's carbon emissions, in partnership with Esri Australia.
Location technology is driving profitable investments in the new energy landscape. Discover how corporate entities are entering agreements directly with renewable power producers to meet sustainability pledges, raising their profiles among eco-aware consumers.
Present your idea for addressing hunger, poverty, climate change and other global goals. Enter the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals Story Map Competition here.
Presenter: Dawn Wright, Esri
There’s both an overabundance and paucity of ocean data. To increase data resilience and the ability to make it more accessible to many audiences will help address major issues that create open and effective access to ocean science that contributes to global public good and sustainable oceans.
Modelling 12 million soil polygons with 365 days of weather data for 87 hybrid seeds resulted in 300 billion spatial and temporal calculations carried out in 10 minutes to show when and where each seed should be planted.