DATA.GOV

Energy
Welcome to the Energy Community
Jeanne Holm // May 1st 2013

Energy.Data.Gov is where data and insight are combined to facilitate public discussion and awareness of our Nation’s energy activities. Whether you are interested in alternative fuels, managing buildings to be more energy efficient, or trying to manage energy in your own home, we have something for you. Look at the
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Energy
The Energy Data Jam Goes on Tour
Anjelika Deogirikar // Apr 12th 2013

2012 was a good year for American innovation. The outgrowth of the “Data Jam” from the health sector into other areas like energy and education sparked an inspiring wave of entrepreneurship. These Jams -- formerly known as Joint Application Modeling Sessions -- were a major improvement to the familiar format
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Arctic
Obama Administration Unveils New Climate Resilience Tools
Ana Privette // Sep 2nd 2015

(Sep 2, 2015) As part of the Obama Administration’s Climate Data Initiative, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced a new set of online climate data resources to help Arctic communities with climate change planning, adaptation and management. The new data sets, introduced today as part of an online Climate
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Arctic
Expanding access to Arctic data and tools
Ana Privette // Sep 1st 2015

(Sep 2, 2015) The Administration is expanding its Climate Data Initiative (CDI) and Climate Resilience Toolkit (CRT) to include a new “Arctic” theme. The Arctic theme will encompass more than 250 Arctic-related datasets (32 of which are being made available for the first time), and more than 40 maps, tools,
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Ecosystems
Release of the 2011 Alaska National Land Cover Database in MRLC
Elizabeth Martin // Sep 1st 2015

In 2015, the Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium (MRLC) released the latest edition of the Alaska National Land Cover Database (NLCD). It is the most comprehensive look at land-surface conditions of the state and shows the extent of land cover types from forests to urban areas. Derived from carefully calibrated observations
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