February 13-15, 2023  |  Colorado Convention Center   |  Denver, CO, USA

Session Details


The Collaborative Impact and Power of Public, Private Partnerships from the Natural (climate) Environment to the “Built World”

Feb 15 2023

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM MT

Room 605

Reducing uncertainty in global environmental impacts can be achieved in part by providing data across a range of spatial, temporal, and spectral resolutions or scales, These geospatial data support suitable agricultural practices and production related to ensuring food security, observing and monitoring elevated atmospheric CO2 levels manifested in crops, plants and forests health; or informing communities about temperature or precipitation extremes, wildfires or other effects of climate and change. Geospatial data is derived from the science and technology provided by our memberships for us in analyzing “Natural Environments” and the “Built World” including impacting humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR). In this session, MAPPS and WGIC will demonstrate the true value and success of the power of public, private partnerships and its collaborative and supportive ‘impact for good’ on both the natural environment and the “Built World.”

In Partnership with MAPPS and WGIC

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