Environmental Analysis can be used to evaluate and understand environmental impacts of proposed development projects and solicit feedback from stakeholders.
It provides ready-made analysis and reporting tools that help streamline environmental review, solicit feedback from stakeholders, and generate reports for proposed development projects. This improved process decreases the time required for project review and increases communication between all stakeholders involved. Environmental Analysis is typically implemented by government agencies and conservation organizations that want to take a data-driven approach to environmental review of proposed development projects.
The Environmental Analysis solution delivers a set of capabilities that help you evaluate proposed development projects and solicit feedback from stakeholders.
This ArcGIS Solution can be deployed in your ArcGIS Online organization.
See Deploy an ArcGIS Solution for more information.
Environmental Analysis requires the following:
- ArcGIS Online
- ArcGIS Pro 2.6 or later (Basic, Standard, or Advanced)
Environmental Analysis includes the following information products:
|Item||Description||Minimum user type|
An ArcGIS Pro project used by natural resource staff to conduct and report on an environmental impact analysis
GIS Professional Basic
An ArcGIS Web AppBuilder app used by natural resource staff to conduct an initial environmental impact assessment and share the impact with interested parties
Environmental Impact Public Comment
An ArcGIS Web AppBuilder app used by the general public to review projects and comment on the impact to the natural environment
When you deploy this solution in your ArcGIS organization, you also get an ArcGIS Solution item that organizes the key information products and summarizes all the ArcGIS items (applications, forms, projects, maps, feature layers, feature layer views, and so on) included with the solution. The ArcGIS Solution item also illustrates any dependencies items have on each other.
The following are the release notes: