Alaskan Resilience

How geospatial information is helping to preserve and maintain Alaska’s remote infrastructure

Rapid urbanization around the world is driving critical innovation that is changing the way many of us live. But for the 45% of our population who live in remote areas, a different type of change is impacting environments, economies, and lives: climate change.

I am confident that climate change, and what we do about it, will define us, our era, and ultimately the global legacy we leave for future generations. Today, the time for doubt has passed.
- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, United Nations

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Read how local governments and community leaders are working together to build a more resilient Alaska.