Geo-literacy is a new term for a long-standing idea consisting of three components: interactions, interconnections, and implications. It is the ability to use geographic understanding and geographic reasoning to make far-reaching decisions about health, environment, and community. Whether we are making decisions about where to live or what precautions to take for natural hazards, we all make decisions that require geo-literacy throughout our lives. This video illustrates what geo-literacy means to individuals and to our global community. Share it with your friends, family, and colleagues, to help spread the word.