The Geospatial Index
Geospatial Index Podcast
Global Energy Monitor
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Global Energy Monitor

Mapping and dashboarding all major emissions sources

Caitlin Swalec gives us a whirlwind tour of various trackers maintained by Global Energy Monitor (GEM⁠). GEM has a series of public, open-source datasets on different parts of our energy system and heavy industry sectors (focused on iron and steel currently). Caitlin manages their Heavy Industry Program. Each Tracker includes an interactive map, summary statistics, dashboards, and comprehensive database of assets for that particular sector/technology. Wil chimes in with some local context from his involvement in an Australian coal seam gas project and working nearby a steel plant in Whyalla, South Australia. An incredibly exciting and rich conversation about a topic important to human survival - sites of greenhouse gas emissions.

A plug for Felix Pharand, creator of my amazing background image in this episode: Welcome to the Anthropocene.

THE GEOSPATIAL INDEX

The Geospatial Index is a comprehensive listing of all publicly traded geospatial businesses worldwide. Why? The industry is growing at ~13.8% annually. For only $11,600 to start, this growth rate is $5,000,000 over a working life.

This channel, Twitter account, blog, watchlist and podcast express the view that you are serious about geospatial if you take the view of an investor, venture capitalist or entrepreneur.

You are expected to do your own research. This is not a replacement for that. This is not investment advice. Consider it entertainment.

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