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New Climate Resilience Data from the ND-Gain Index Live via our API!

We’re excited to announce today that we have launched an API to automate machine-readable access to global climate resilience data by country. We have used open data from Notre Dame University’s Global Adaptation Index (ND-Gain), a leading index that maps out climate change risks to help organisations better understand the impacts of climate change. Why is this important? By integrating this data into AMEE and making accessible via our API we hope to make this data even more useful and used on its own but also in combination with the business data in AMEE such a risk scores, carbon emissions and company financials. We believe easy access to such data will be vital as businesses experience an increasing incidence of climate change impacts.  What you can do? You can now easily access this data and integrate it into your application – whether you are mapping out new development sites, corporate locations, or supply chain or other use cases. Simply put the address or just a co...
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