Dig into the Climate Ready Boston data with our new map explorer tool | Boston.gov

We’re excited to introduce our newest tool for exploring the data used in Climate Ready Boston.

Climate change gets up close and personal with our new educational map explorer tool — you can now explore what the impacts of our changing climate will look in your neighborhood. This tool allows you to learn more about the data layers used in the Climate Ready Boston recommendations for protecting our City from a changing climate, and helps you better understand how projections are influencing resiliency solutions.

The map explorer features location-based data from Climate Ready Boston. You can overlay the climate data with population demographics in order to better understand the social factors that intersect with, and contribute to, vulnerability.

The map displays the most up-to-date climate change information for Boston, and builds upon our knowledge base for keeping the data transparent, accessible, and readily updated. One of the strategies identified in the latest Climate Ready Boston report is to “Maintain up-to-date projections of future climate conditions to inform adaptation”, and we see this map explorer as a way to keep the conversation going about our findings and resiliency projects.

Additionally, you can now download the data of Climate Ready Boston — find it directly in the tool, or on the tool’s Boston.gov page. It will soon be available on the City’s open data portal, Analyze Boston.

You can launch the map explorer and download the Climate Ready Boston data here.


Explore the Maps: Better understand the flooding, heat, and social vulnerability data used in Climate Ready Boston

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