In the first of a series of reports exploring how nations can unlock growth, we take a look at economic development and how countries can use various tools to measure their progress against the United Nation's (UN) sustainable development goals.
All UN member states have committed to these goals which aim to alleviate poverty and provide benefits to citizens.
This report explores examples from around the world of where nations have succeeded in delivering sustainable development. This includes precision agriculture in Malaysia, land rights in New Zealand, and pandemic control in the Caribbean.
Geospatial data drives economic growth, creating value in the private and public sectors and enabling a geospatial ecosystem that unlocks further growth.