The Wonderful World of Maps

The Wonderful World of Maps

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The way you present your data is almost as important as what your data says...

(JUST BECAUSE) After going through dozens of University SDG mapping results, I was interested to see how others are mapping the data they collect through their audits. I ended up looking at maps that show the distribution of lions in the wild, most peaceful countries, corruption, 111 years of Australian temperatures, freedom of press, countries by paid maternity leave,  the world in 1595, access to electricity and Harvard University’s sustainability data. Want more? Ok here are big foot sightings in the US, all the bicycle lanes in Europe, chocolate consumption per person, and distribution of drop bears in Australia. When it comes to the SDGS, explore the SDGIndex Dashboards and this map of best practices.

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