Data for Good is the World’s Mission control Centre of Global Goals and challenges. The online platform’s social features and the For Good “Big Data Exchange” enables cities to communicate and gain insights with citizens, companies, tourists and other stakeholders in your region.
Data For Good is the world’s largest visual data platform with the
aim of creating a more sustainable, transparent and social world. We do this at a
local and international level together with an ecosystem of citizens,
companies and governments. We achieve this by identifying/supporting and
mapping sustainable and social initiatives and verifying their impact.
Map your city’s Global Goals and make the city SDG map visible on the DATA FOR GOOD map
Share your knowledge in the DATA FOR GOOD community
Report on the Global Goals
Search on social and sustainable products and companies
Get insights with validated citizens, company reports about what is really going on in your city
Use the CITY FOR GOOD member logo on website and promotional materials
Measure the happiness and sustainability of Tourists, Citizens and Companies within your City
By publishing efforts within the scope of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), transparency is generated. In addition risk monitoring stakeholders see which measures & responsibilities the city upholds in the field of supply chain transparency, sustainability, economic growth etc.
Gain responses via the Data for Good Community on how citizens, stakeholders and companies experience the impact of transactions or decisions.
Through various reports from the community you can extract which measures are successful and where adjustments are needed.
Share insights and learn from worldwide experiences in other cities and learn from them.
City for Good empowers cities to control the sustainability of the region and manage positive behavioral change in specific area's
Data for Good has a collaboration with Arcadis regarding the Sustainable City Index which is displayed on the Data for Good map.
They are measuring this index on open data sources.
With the coming up of the Data for Good social media platform, we can mine data from civilians, tourists and companies within cities or geographical regions with the standardized questionnaires: The City Assessments that are launched November 2020.