SDG in Progress
Good job in pointing out important trade-offs. Please explain why the "person" column is useful.
from O17-2020: Team O
Excellent! Please note: Rain and lack of data about rainfall are different items, each one deserves their own line. What is the gap you are identifying? What is missing?
Very good. Is the problem you are tackling one of accuracy in predictions, one of data availability, or one of social inclusion/ awareness? Do you think the people who reside near the area may be able to help you in any way?
Hello Victoria, Thank you very much for your advice! We have been working. You helped us with our focus on the term "over-purchasing", we weren’t very familiar with the term. I would like to know your opinion about the changes. Thanks for your time. Regards!
Great! I'm excited to see this going forward.
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Who we are
This platform is for anyone who wants to document projects they are doing towards tackling the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), or who wants to get inspired by other people’s projects, re-use them or re-purpose them.The platform is based on Build in Progress, which was developed for documenting maker projects by Tiffany Tseng of MIT Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten, as part of her Ph.D. thesis. It has been re-purposed by Oday Darwich of University of Geneva’s Citizen Cyberlab, as part of the Geneva Tsinghua Initiative (GTI) for the Sustainable Development Goals.
There are many ways to document projects: wikis, Github etc. The point of SDG in Progress is to build up an open repository of SDG projects, which may involve hardware and software development, or focus more on grassroots or policy initiatives.
The point of SDG in Progress is to build up an open repository of SDG projects, which may involve hardware and software development, or focus more on grassroots or policy initiatives.
The idea is to inspire creativity, while minimizing redundancy. Reinventing the wheel is not a problem, as long as you can improve it each time.