Esri & The Science of Where

Esri & The Science of Where

Latest Episodes

Innovations in Sustainable Forestry
April 17, 2024

Scot McQueen, Senior Technology Officer at Forest Stewardship Council and President of the Board of Directors of World Forest ID, explains how tree traceability is striking a balance between profitability and resilience in the forestry industry.

Creating Social Equity: Technology, Data, and Justice
April 02, 2024

DArtagnan Scorza, Executive Director of Racial Equity for Los Angeles County, explains how LA County is using location technology and data to address social injustice in urban LA.

Charting a World Water Strategy
March 21, 2024

Dr. Marc Bierkens from Utrecht University talks about the National Geographic Society's interactive World Water Map, a project he led to bring attention and strategize solutions to the global freshwater crisis.

Navigating Climate Risk: Lessons from a Global Leader
March 12, 2024

Koen Stolk, a location intelligence specialist for Esri, explains how a Dutch real estate firm uses mapping technology

World-Changing Storytelling: Insights from National Geographic Society CEO Jill Tiefenthaler
February 27, 2024

Two pioneers in geography, Esri President Jack Dangermond and National Geographic Society CEO Jill Tiefenthaler, discuss technology, geography, and the power of storytelling.

Mapping History to Rediscover Lost Black Cemeteries
February 13, 2024

Esri senior writer Karen Sullivan discusses the legacy of forgotten black burial grounds and the initiative to document them.

The Future of Risk and Rescue: Insights from a Small Canadian Town
January 31, 2024

Lorianne Zwicker, deputy fire chief with Georgina Fire and Rescue Services in Ontario, Canada, explains how mapping awoke her to an urgent truth that saved lives. Esri Canadas Guan Yue explores how the geographic approach improves public safety in Canada

Our Vital Tree Network
January 16, 2024

Dr. Matt Ritter, professor in the Biology Department at Cal Poly and director of the Cal Poly Plant Conservatory, discusses the vitality of tree networks in fighting the effects of climate change.

Business Trends: Climate Resilience Starts with a Map
January 02, 2024

Alex Martonik, business resilience, financial services, and insurance lead for Esri, explains why businesses use location technology to maintain competitive edge while also protecting the planet.

Technology, Truth, Narrative: A Chat with Editor and Author Martin Baron
December 18, 2023

Martin Baron, author and former executive editor of The Boston Globe and The Miami Herald, discusses critical developments in business, government, and society.