King County’s Water and Land Resources Division and the KCGIS Center team up to support equity and social justice

The thing that made me most excited about geography as a student at Wayne State University many years ago in Detroit was the approach of Professor William Bunge in applying geographic analysis to issues of urban social justice. This post from King County’s Water and Land Resources Division Downstream Blog spotlights a project to develop an Equity and Social Justice iMap application. Kudos to KCGIS Center developer and analyst Harkeerat Kang for her work on this.

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A screenshot of the ESJ iMap application

Note that the application is available for use only by King County employees.

Source: New ESJ iMap tool brings together community and capital projects for employees

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