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UPEP: RESOURCES

RSS ESRI COMMUNITY

  • Show item name instead of service layer name in query widget result? February 23, 2019
    I am using the Query Widget in a Launch pad themed web application (in AGOL web appbuilder). Is there a way to thell the Widget to show the item name instead of the service layer name in the query window as well as for the result layer? Or the name it has in the Web map? […]
  • Making an Auto-Focusing Real-Time Dashboard February 22, 2019
    This article provides techniques for configuring a real-time dashboard to automatically stay focused on the latest events. See the article on the ArcGIS blog site: Making an Auto-Focusing Real-Time Dashboard 
  • Data Download/ analysis widget February 22, 2019
    Hi! I am trying to get my layers to show in the analysis widget /data extract but it's not working. My feature layers are being served on my arcserver, not on arc online. Is there any another widget or way I could get my data to download into shapefile or csv?
  • filtros en capas en un web map February 22, 2019
    Filtros en capas Si tengo una capa en varios web map . Los filtros también deberían tener la opción de aplicar a solo un web map . En caso de querer dejar un filtro permanente gracias
  • Can't add an item to ArcGIS Online February 22, 2019
    Hi, I am trying to upload a shapefile from my computer to ArcGIS Online. I clicked on My Content  -> Add Item, chose a file(a zip file containing all the auxiliary files of shapefile including the shp file), wrote the Tags, filename and when I click on the "Add Item" button the pop up menu, nothing is […]

RSS UNHABITAT

  • Believed extinct for 38 years, the world's largest bee has been found February 22, 2019
    Measuring in at four times the size of the average honeybee, Wallace's giant bee has been on the endangered species radar for decades and was feared to be gone forever. But after 38 years of searching, scientists have confirmed that the world's largest bee hasn't gone extinct just yet. A team of scientists hailing from […]
    Perry Miller
  • China closes Mount Everest base camp after overwhelming trash problem reports February 22, 2019
    China is taking steps to clean up Mount Everest amid growing concerns about trash accumulation. The base camp at the foot of the world's tallest mountain is officially closed to tourists until further notice. The closure of the base camp comes after a surprising report from the Tibet Autonomous Region Sports Bureau, which claims it […]
    Perry Miller
  • Baux unveils sustainable acoustic panels made out of chemical-free pulp February 22, 2019
    Related: + Via Dezeen Plant-based acoustic panels,
    Nicole Jewell
  • Lather is the PETA-approved skincare that reminds us all to slow down February 22, 2019
    From its natural ingredients to its carbon-neutral operations and its eco-friendly packaging, you’re going to want to lather up with Lather. First spied by Inhabitat at this year’s Indie Beauty Expo, Lather’s long line of sustainable, vegan skincare products have made themselves a new home in our medicine cabinets. Founded in 1999, Lather was started […]
    Paige Bennett
  • Saving the environment one hair wash at a time February 22, 2019
    In the ongoing dialogue surrounding water consumption, the length of your shower, how you water your yard and even your toothbrush usage probably come up. Another water-thirsty activity that should be part of the discussion is hair washing. Think about it. Daily shampooing by billions of people is destined to strain resources. So consider ways […]
    Dawn Hammon

RSS URBAN LAND

  • In Brief: Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Has California’s Office and Retail Lagging, Industrial Still Surging February 22, 2019
    The latest Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast California Commercial Real Estate Survey shows that despite the recent uncertainty in the stock market, increasing cap rates, and slower economic growth, developers’ views on California commercial real estate markets have not changed much from six months ago. Following the trends of the past two years, industrial space remains […]
    Brett Widness
  • Inspiring the Future: UrbanPlan in the World February 22, 2019
    Attendees at the ULI Europe Conference heard from the teachers and students benefiting from ULI’s realistic and engaging program to bring the discourse of urban regeneration to the classroom. The post Inspiring the Future: UrbanPlan in the World appeared first on Urban Land Magazine.
    Brett Widness
  • Customer Centric Experiences in the Age of Digital Disruption February 22, 2019
    Panelists at the recent ULI Europe Conference in London talked about what the real estate industry is doing to embrace disruption, whether funding tech startups through in-house venture capital funds or leaning in to the multichannel e-commerce experiences of the future. The post Customer Centric Experiences in the Age of Digital Disruption appeared first on […]
    Adam Branson
  • Building More with Less: Which Innovations Could Reduce Construction Costs? February 19, 2019
    Better collaboration and integration for design and construction, combined with more building off site and using new technology and collective metrics to innovate, show promise in reducing the cost of construction, said panelists speaking at the ULI Arizona Trends Day held recently in Phoenix. The post Building More with Less: Which Innovations Could Reduce Construction […]
    Kathleen McCormick
  • How City Leaders Are Building Sustainable, Diverse, and Inclusive Communities February 19, 2019
    Speaking at the recent ULI Europe Conference, two mayors described the paths that elected officials in their cities took in rebuilding from the economic collapse of manufacturing, while embracing diversity as a means to turn around their cities’ fortunes. The post How City Leaders Are Building Sustainable, Diverse, and Inclusive Communities appeared first on Urban […]
    Adam Branson

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RSS INHABITAT

  • Believed extinct for 38 years, the world's largest bee has been found February 22, 2019
    Measuring in at four times the size of the average honeybee, Wallace's giant bee has been on the endangered species radar for decades and was feared to be gone forever. But after 38 years of searching, scientists have confirmed that the world's largest bee hasn't gone extinct just yet. A team of scientists hailing from […]
    Perry Miller
  • China closes Mount Everest base camp after overwhelming trash problem reports February 22, 2019
    China is taking steps to clean up Mount Everest amid growing concerns about trash accumulation. The base camp at the foot of the world's tallest mountain is officially closed to tourists until further notice. The closure of the base camp comes after a surprising report from the Tibet Autonomous Region Sports Bureau, which claims it […]
    Perry Miller
  • Baux unveils sustainable acoustic panels made out of chemical-free pulp February 22, 2019
    Related: + Via Dezeen Plant-based acoustic panels,
    Nicole Jewell
  • Lather is the PETA-approved skincare that reminds us all to slow down February 22, 2019
    From its natural ingredients to its carbon-neutral operations and its eco-friendly packaging, you’re going to want to lather up with Lather. First spied by Inhabitat at this year’s Indie Beauty Expo, Lather’s long line of sustainable, vegan skincare products have made themselves a new home in our medicine cabinets. Founded in 1999, Lather was started […]
    Paige Bennett
  • Saving the environment one hair wash at a time February 22, 2019
    In the ongoing dialogue surrounding water consumption, the length of your shower, how you water your yard and even your toothbrush usage probably come up. Another water-thirsty activity that should be part of the discussion is hair washing. Think about it. Daily shampooing by billions of people is destined to strain resources. So consider ways […]
    Dawn Hammon

RSS EARTH 911

  • Which Wine Container Is Better — Bottle or Box? February 22, 2019
    Today there are many wines that are healthy for you ... The post Which Wine Container Is Better — Bottle or Box? appeared first on Earth911.com.
    Gemma Alexander
  • 5 Natural Remedies for Grief February 22, 2019
    If you have experienced a loss in your life recently ... The post 5 Natural Remedies for Grief appeared first on Earth911.com.
    Madeleine Somerville
  • Guide to Healthy Sweeteners February 21, 2019
    If you’ve been swimming in a sea of mass confusion when ... The post Guide to Healthy Sweeteners appeared first on Earth911.com.
    Lisa Beres
  • Earth911 Quiz #50: The Circular Life of LED Bulbs February 21, 2019
    The light emitting diode, or LED, has roared into our ... The post Earth911 Quiz #50: The Circular Life of LED Bulbs appeared first on Earth911.com.
    Earth911
  • Maven Moment: Dad’s Book February 20, 2019
    The cold winter months are great time for decluttering. An ... The post Maven Moment: Dad’s Book appeared first on Earth911.com.
    Earth911

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RSS PLANET SAVE

  • Don The Con & Crew Creating Alternative Reality That Is Almost Completely Fake January 20, 2019
    Donald Trump rose to political prominence by pushing a fake story that President Obama wasn’t born in the USA. He rose up in the public consciousness via a fake “reality… The post Don The Con & Crew Creating Alternative Reality That Is Almost Completely Fake appeared first on PlanetSave.
    Zachary Shahan
  • Nasty Gas Smells In Long Beach Launch AQMD Long-Term Investigation — We’re There, And It’s About Time! January 19, 2019
    We've complained about nauseous smells in Long Beach coming from the harbor, the cement factories, and the dreaded petroleum refineries for some time. After years of complaints, AQMD is investigating the recurring stench. The post Nasty Gas Smells In Long Beach Launch AQMD Long-Term Investigation — We’re There, And It’s About Time! appeared first on […]
    Nicolas Zart
  • Putin Wants *Everything* Trump Is Giving Him — #DonTheCon for #RussiaFirst January 18, 2019
    If Vladimir Putin ran the United States, what would he want? He’d want the US to pull out of NATO. Donald Trump has pushed for that. He’d want sanctions lifted… The post Putin Wants *Everything* Trump Is Giving Him — #DonTheCon for #RussiaFirst appeared first on PlanetSave.
    Zachary Shahan
  • Ørsted Cancels Divestment Of Power Distribution & Residential Customer Businesses January 15, 2019
    Ørsted Cancels Divestment Of Power Distribution & Residential Customer Businesses Under Government Pressure A day after Danish energy company Ørsted announced that the Danish Ministry of Finance had raised concerns… The post Ørsted Cancels Divestment Of Power Distribution & Residential Customer Businesses appeared first on PlanetSave.
    Joshua S Hill
  • India Cuts Project Implementation Timelines For Solar Power Projects January 14, 2019
    Concerned over the lackluster pace of capacity addition in the solar power sector, the Indian government has made amendments to the auction and project implementation timelines. The recent amendments to… The post India Cuts Project Implementation Timelines For Solar Power Projects appeared first on PlanetSave.
    saurabh