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Saving the world with big data

The United Nations says that “Big Data represents a new, renewable natural resource with the potential to revolutionise sustainable development and humanitarian practice.”

From hyper-local weather information to help farmers, to the benefits for businesses who share information, and a newly built city that can precisely map its energy demand – Big Data represents the next frontier for innovation.

Read our latest Bulletin to understand why businesses, governments and sustainability practitioners are so excited about its potential.

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