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Open Tree Map

Engage your community with this collaborative mapping platform for crowdsourced tree inventory and urban forestry analysis.  Create a map for citizens to add, edit, and search for trees in their community.  Calculate greenhouse gas emission reductions, air and water quality benefits, carbon sequestration, and energy savings based on tree height and diameter.

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Parks & People: Urban Greening Program Based in Baltimore

The Baltimore Parks & People program aims to improve the quality of life in the city through green infrastructure and urban forestry.  The program offers motivating youth programs as well as community networks such as Clean Streams, Great Parks, and Green Communities.  From a focus on parks and green space to a keystone role in […]

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2010 Regional Indicators Report for Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

This report includes comprehensive list of data sources and map layers that address environmental, social and economic indicators in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

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Durham Neighborhood Compass

The Durham Compass combines data from local government, state and federal agencies, and the Census Bureau into an interactive map to illustrate to stakeholders the quality of life in and around Durham, North Carolina.  Users can select specific sections of the city and browse a variety of indicators such as tree coverage, impervious area, and […]

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US Climate Extremes Index (CEI)

This tool provides an index of the most extreme temperatures, precipitation events, and droughts from around the country to aid planners and policy makers in the adaptation process.

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  • Resource Types:
  • Calculators and Modeling
  • Getting Started Steps:
  • Map It
  • Planning Process Steps:
  • Build Partnerships
  • Engage Stakeholders
  • Gather Data
  • Publisher(s):
  • Open Tree Map