A seismic shift in how the global community tackles poverty, inequality, and environmental issues has taken place with a new sustainable development framework—the Sustainable Development Goals. At the crux of making better decisions is having accurate geographic information about people and the planet. As a member of the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data, Esri is committed to supplying geospatial tools and data to support the global community in the quest for sustainability.
Merge credible data about people and the planet in maps to see patterns and trends. Better understand how vulnerable populations are affected.
Use geospatial tools to model and automate scenarios. See the potential impacts of your work to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, even before implementation.
Apply GIS as a fundamental tool to understand global challenges. Plan for, design, implement, and monitor programs to achieve the global goals.
ArcGIS Online connects maps, apps, data, and people. It gives everyone in your organization the ability to discover, use, make, and share maps. Collaboration is key to successful implementation of development efforts. Easily create and share maps throughout your organization, and with partners and stakeholders. Access your organization's critical location information from any device, anytime, anywhere.
Learn more about ArcGIS Online.
With ArcGIS Open Data, you can quickly set up public-facing websites where people can easily find and download your data in a variety of open formats. Collaborate with other development practitioners via ArcGIS Open Data. Giving the global community access to your data is a critical component to achieving the global goals.
Learn more about ArcGIS Open Data.
Equip your organization with Esri’s cutting-edge tools and training without busting your budget. The Nonprofit Organization Program supplies qualified nongovernmental organizations and nonprofits with ArcGIS software at highly reduced costs. Launch your platform for collecting, monitoring, analyzing, and using geospatial data to achieve the global goals.
Apply for the Esri Nonprofit Organization Program.