As a government body, you are responsible for people, planet and
profit. This is not always easy, you have to deal with different
stakeholders, such as different population groups, business and
Data for Good is the largest visual data platform in the world with the
aim of creating a more sustainable, transparent and social world at
local and international level together with an ecosystem of citizens,
companies and governments. We achieve this by recognizing and
mapping sustainable and social initiatives and verifying their impact.
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.
You receive feedback: You receive responses via the Data for Good Community on how
citizens or companies experience the impact of your transactions or decisions.
It gives you the opportunity to communicate: interact with citizens and companies and
stimulate improvements for people, nature and the environment.
You get (verified) insights: Through various reports from the community you can extract
which measures are successful or where you need to make adjustments.
Share & Learn: Share insights and use worldwide experiences in other municipalities and
learn from them.
Connect with the local and worldwide ecosystem: Different communities have a common interest, City for Good unites them. We are the most economical way to communicate your