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Atlas for a Changing Planet presents maps, imagery and data from five themes: understanding natural systems, mapping human systems, mapping ocean impacts, predicting the future, and international cooperation. (Credit: Esri)

Atlas for a Changing Planet presents maps, imagery and data from five themes: understanding natural systems, mapping human systems, mapping ocean impacts, predicting the future, and international cooperation. (Credit: Esri)

Esri released an interactive map illustrating Earth’s natural and human systems and how they have changed—and will change—over time. With the Atlas for a Changing Planet Story Map, scientists, policy makers, planners and activists can examine detailed spatial information critical for adapting to a warmer future.

“Mitigating the effects of climate change is a global, geographic challenge,” said Jack Dangermond, president of Esri. “Understanding how the Earth’s systems interact and transform is an essential first step in measuring the threat of climate change and making informed decisions to reduce it.”

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