It matters when it’s in your backyard

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Climate risk intelligence to inform location-specific physical risk now and in the future. For decades, scientists have warned about the increase of climate-related physical hazards. Since March 2020, when the World Health Organization Report declared COVID a pandemic, the world has been hit by more than 100 acute physical risk events, many being climate-related. According to NOAA, 2020 is the sixth consecutive year (2015–2020) in which 10 or more billion-dollar climate disaster events have impacted the United States. The growing awareness and concern around climate change have spurred research, development and measurements. Today’s climate data and tools focus on many…...

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Gopal Erinjippurath (geo)data scientist building climate adaptation SaaS. Currently CTO and Head of Product at Sust Global. Formerly Head of Analytics at Planet Labs and Engineering Manager at Dolby.