Geospatial Data for Climate Action

Ep. 7

Remote sensing of greenhouse gases is central to understanding climate change but as more and more geospatial data becomes available how do we effectively use emissions data to engage climate policymakers and governments? In this podcast, GHGSat CEO Stephane Germain had the pleasure to meet with Jack Dangermond, the President and Founder of Esri and Richard Cooke, Esri's Director of Remote Sensing at their California HQ, to discuss the geographic approach: the art and science of storytelling with geospatial data and the opportunity for the geospatial community to develop applications that give context and meaning to emissions data and enable climate action.

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