[open-sustainability] Online Monitoring Tool for Sustainable Development Goals at national level
jpsingleton at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 15:31:50 UTC 2015
Those both look like interesting projects and the charts are really nice
even if my German is pretty rusty. I wonder if there is a way to do
something similar at an individual organisation level? I think that
influencing who people want to work for could be quite a big lever. It
would be useful to have a consistent way of measuring the positive (or
negative) impact of businesses.
We've recently launched https://cleanwebjobs.com and started to promote
it at the last Cleanweb London meetup. The aim is to try and divert the
top tech talent away from the shiny startups and into some more noble
software projects. Currently it's just an email list but I hope that if
successful it will turn into an open database of employers who are
making an impact.
On 07/12/2015 13:32, Jack Townsend wrote:
> Hi Claudia, great visualisation!
> Have you come across the Open Seventeen project?
> http://openseventeen.org/ They are looking for pitches from open data
> projects which can advance the SDGs.
> @JackTownsend_ <https://twitter.com/jacktownsend_>
> jack at jacktownsend.net <mailto:jack at jacktownsend.net>
>> On 7 Dec 2015, at 12:12, Claudia Schwegmann
>> <claudia.schwegmann at okfn.org <mailto:claudia.schwegmann at okfn.org>> wrote:
>> Hi all
>> Some of you on this list may be interested in an online tool that the
>> Open Knowledge Foundation Germany has released a few weeks ago to
>> monitoring the implementation of the SDGs in Germany.
>> www.2030-watch.de <http://www.2030-watch.de/>
>> It is still a prototyp and we continue to work on it to expand the
>> number of visualisations and the number of indicators, to improve the
>> quality of the indicators and the design.
>> We plan to make the data downloadable as much as possible. Of course
>> the code is open. We hold data for OECD countries and for some
>> indicators also for BRICS countries, so anybody can adopt the tool to
>> another OECD country.
>> If you have any questions, please contact me or my colleague Johanna.
>> Attached is also a 2-pager on the project in English
>> Claudia Schwegmann
>> *Open Knowledge Foundation Germany* <http://okfn.de/>
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