You're invited to an interactive session and a lively panel discussion with sustainability thought leaders on the role of data in advancing One Planet Living. A networking reception will immediately follow.
This free event is hosted by two Skoll Awardees: Global Footprint Network and Bioregional.
Global Footprint Network's Ecological Footprint metric is the only sustainability tool that measures whether humanity is living within the means of one planet. Footprint data show that humanity is using 1.7 Earths. Global Footprint Network will be launching the National Footprint Accounts 2018 Edition on its Footprint Explorer open data platform and adding new features to the Footprint Explorer and its Public Data Package.
Bioregional will be sharing progress in developing its One Planet Digital platform with four cities around the world. The platform will enable cities to engage citizens and companies in building, monitoring, and sharing sustainability plans—benchmarked against One Planet Living and the metrics of the planet. Bioregional will reveal the cities and regions that will be participating in its One Planet Cities initiative.