Whether you’re a government, a company or an NGO, Planet’s data can help you develop sustainable solutions, measure climate risk and meet the Sustainable Development Goals.
On an ever-more crowded planet, responding to the linked challenges of sustainable development, loss of nature and climate change is no longer an option. For humanity to survive and prosper, we must transition to practices that operate within the limits of Earth’s life-support systems. We have entered a critical decade of action.
From measuring climate risks and urban growth to monitoring biodiversity hotspots and global supply chains, Planet’s data and products are a key component of sustainable solutions. We can help you tackle complex sustainability challenges that balance economic growth, social well-being and ecological stewardship.
Our data is helpful in measuring dozens of indicators under 13 of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (or SDGs), and we are working closely with the UN to help achieve the 2030 agenda. With the help of our data, organizations can develop approaches that support and align with the SDGs.
Planet is helping some of the world’s leading companies develop and measure their sustainable development strategies. We are also helping the United Nations community measure and report on the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as helping financial institutions harness the power of satellite data to more effectively value nature and incorporate climate risk into the financial system.
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Accelerate delivery of SDGs
Accelerate delivery of SDGs 1,2,3,6,7,8,9,11,12, 13,14,15 and 17
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Leverage high-cadence, consistent data to both take action and report it
Senior Analyst, Carbon Tracker
Developed in partnership with Paul G. Allen Philanthropies, Arizona State University, University of Queensland, National Geographic, and other partners, the Allen Coral Atlas is mapping every coral reef on Earth, to enable conservation and sustainable development.
Developed in partnership with Stamen, this visualization captures SDG indicator 11.3.1, measuring the detailed rate of land consumption and population growth, using Planet data.