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White House taps Google, other companies to help track climate change

20
Mar
2014

The White House today announced a new effort to centralize climate change data while making it more accessible to the public, researchers, and companies alike. According to the White House, other data will eventually be added to help track threats to food supply, energy infrastructure, and human health. The initiative gathers data and assistance from a mix of government agencies and private companies. That list includes Google, Microsoft Research, Intel, and Esri.

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