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Sustainable food Green Hackathon

Jorge Zapico - September 1, 2014 in Events, Featured

14884688968_112d5cc4b0_kAugust 23rd we organized a Green Hackathon in Stockholm, back at the reactor hall where the first Green Hackathon was hosted. The focus of the hackathon was sustainable food. We invited developers, researchers, designers, retailers, food producers, to get together …

“Carbon dioxide data is not on the world’s dashboard” says Hans Rosling

Jonathan Gray - January 21, 2013 in Carbon Emissions, Featured

*[Professor Hans Rosling](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Rosling), co-founder and chairman of the [Gapminder Foundation](http://www.gapminder.org/) and [Advisory Board Member](https://okfn.org/about/team/board/#professor-hans-rosling) at the Open Knowledge Foundation, received a standing ovation for his keynote at [OKFestival](http://okfestival.org/) in Helsinki in September in which he [urged open data advocates to …

A little tweak to the broken carbon dashboard

hiyamaya - January 9, 2013 in Carbon Emissions, Featured, Private Sector Data

Reposted from hiyamaya.wordpress.com

The broken dashboard

Over the past ten years it has become an almost universal requirement for major global companies to measure and report on their carbon emissions. Data has mounted up, awards have been made and rankings …

Introducing OpenOil

Velichka Dimitrova - December 13, 2012 in Announcements, Extractive Industries, Featured

This blog post is written by Zara Rahman and is cross-posted from the Open Economics Blog.

About OpenOil and transparency

I work for a transparency organisation and small publishing house, called OpenOil. We work on resource curse issues: trying …

Launching the Open Sustainability Working Group

Velichka Dimitrova - December 6, 2012 in Announcements, Featured

This blog post is written by Jorge Zapico, researcher at the Center for Sustainable Communications at KTH The Royal Institute of Technology and Velichka Dimitrova, Project Coordinator for Economics and Energy at the Open Knowledge Foundation

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