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Which Gridded Population Data Product Is Better? Evidences from Mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA)

CitationYin, Xu, Peng Li, Zhiming Feng, Yanzhao Yang, Zhen You, and Chiwei Xiao. 2021. "Which Gridded Population Data Product Is Better? Evidences from Mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA)" ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 10, no. 10: 681. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijgi10100681

Implications for Tracking SDG Indicator Metrics with Gridded Population Data

Citation: Tuholske, Cascade, Andrea E. Gaughan, Alessandro Sorichetta, Alex de Sherbinin, Agathe Bucherie, Carolynne Hultquist, Forrest Stevens, Andrew Kruczkiewicz, Charles Huyck, and Greg Yetman. 2021. "Implications for Tracking SDG Indicator Metrics with Gridded Population Data" Sustainability 13, no. 13: 7329. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13137329

Progress on Data for Now Highlighted at United Nations Statistical Commission Side Event

At a side event of the UN Statistical Commission 52nd session, core partners and pilot countries of the Data for Now Initiative presented progress to date and future plans, and a panel discussion on improving SDGs data.

Atlas of the Human Planet 2020 – Open Geoinformation for Research, Policy and Action

Abstract: The 2020 edition of the Atlas of the Human Planet presents policy-relevant examples provided by users of Global Human Settlement Layer (GHSL) products. Following a call for contribution, 34 showcases cover the domains of disaster risk reduction and crisis management, environment, urbanisation, and sustainable development.

Papers Evaluate the Accuracy of Global Population Products

Two recent papers evaluate the accuracy of global gridded population data products against reference data sets. The first paper, published in Population and Environment, conducts a pixel level evaluation of population counts across space (different levels of urbanization) and time.