A new CIESIN project funded by NASA’s Open Source Science Initiative will produce online learning modules to develop open science literacy for researchers at diverse career stages and from varied backgrounds.
Columbia College students pilot drones to enhance the power of their geospatial data collection.
|May 18, 2022
Data choices are critical in assessing the risk of sea level rise faced by people living in low elevation coastal zones.
New models project number of migrants within countries of six regions of the world to be up to 216 million by 2050.
Geospatial data holds great potential to improve health, food security, and educational opportunities in developing countries.
A new tool provides data that can help identify populations most at risk from coronavirus, around the world and down to the U.S. county level.
In a new report, CIESIN researchers help to identify urban populations at risk from sea level rise. Their updated data set is meant to inform adaptation strategies.
A new report is the first to focus on longer-term climate impacts on crop and water resources, and the ways in which they may influence internal migration.
One of the benefits of tying funding to achievement on a majority of indicators has been to increase the incentives for countries to perform well across a wide range of indicators.
New high-resolution population data will help us understand better how people are distributed in many countries throughout the world—as part of Facebook’s goal to connect people everywhere to the Internet.