Governments play a vital role in understanding and responding to climate change; however, they often lack the actionable insights they need to respond quickly. To help solve this problem, Google Cloud is introducing new offerings that help organizations utilize Earth observation data to better understand climate risks and provide insights to inform policies for adaptation strategies. With these data-driven insights, public sector agencies and researchers can improve their response time to climate disasters, make more accurate predictions, and implement disaster-response plans with greater confidence. These offerings — Climate Insights for natural resources and Climate Insights for infrastructure — are already having an impact in the public sector and can be used to inform a multitude of use cases, including land and infrastructure management, and city and regional planning.
Introducing Climate Insights
Climate Insights leverages the scale and power of Google Earth Engine (GEE) running on Google Cloud and combines artificial intelligence (AI ...
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