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Reliable data

Which data do we show on the DATA FOR GOOD map? Data for Good is very transparant about her data policy. Hereunder you find data criteria, data sources and how this data is trustworthy.

Data criteria

We have a strict policy for data(sources) to be published on the DATA FOR GOOD map.

Data we publish on the map must be:

  • Certified (by an independent CB*) or;
  • Scientifically analysed or;
  • Verified (by an independent CB*) or;
  • Verified at standard level (certificate based)


*the CB that verify or certify data assessments must do so regarding the ISO 17021-1 standard. Also the performing CB must be under accreditation of the council of accreditation in their country.

Data on the map may not include:

  • Privacy data
  • Political data

Data sources:

  • WHO
  • Certificates (ISO)
  • Verified metadata
  • Arcadis SCI
  • Atlas D-waste
  • Global Sustainable Enterprise System
  • VanDeBron

Data for Good includes data of:

  • Countries
  • Cities
  • Companies
  • Ports
  • Certificates
  • People reports
  • Products

Data for Good is made with the contribution of scientists from different countries and the utilization of published data and data sources mentioned above. Any contribution is more than welcomed but the figures published are firstly checked for mistakes or inconsistencies.

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