Beyond original research, TReNDS supports emerging processes and tools and advises governments and other stakeholders on the production and use of data for development.
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The July 2019 edition of the Disaster Risk Reduction & Open Data Newsletter includes news on guidelines for assessing the human impact of disasters, the Sendai Framework Voluntary Commitments and Analysis Report 2019, and more.
On the sidelines of the July 2019 High-level Political Forum, TReNDS co-hosted multiple events on the future of modern statistical systems. Read brief synopses here.
SDSN TReNDS is seeking a Communications Manager. Read more about the role and learn how to apply here.
Bristol, England is the latest city to produce a Voluntary Local Review, just in time for the July 2019 High-level Political Forum and the presentation of the United Kingdom’s Voluntary National Review.
SDSN TReNDS is launching a preview of the upcoming report Counting on the World to Act (September 2019), which details the radical transformations needed in modern statistical systems in order to support the world’s greatest needs.
Four years on from the adoption of the SDGs, is the data revolution really happening? Jonathan Glennie takes stock.
Data on people, planet, and prosperity lags far behind what is needed to achieve the SDGs. Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data CEO Claire Melamed outlines a joint initiative on real-time data for the SDGs.
TReNDS member Bram Govaerts is Director, Innovative Business Strategies & Representative Americas at Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maíz y Trigo (CIMMYT). Since 2007, Govaerts has led the Latin America Conservation Agriculture and Sustainable Intensification strategy at CIMMYT.
The June 2019 edition of the Disaster Risk Reduction & Open Data Newsletter includes news on a call to raise the ambition of the Sendai Framework, investments in ecosystem-based solutions for disaster prevention, and more.
TReNDS co-chair Robert Chen is Director of CIESIN, the Center for International Earth Science Information Network, a research unit of the Earth Institute at Columbia University in New York. He manages the Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC), part of NASA’s network of Earth science data centers and a regular member of the World Data System of the International Science Council.