Crowd4SDG is a three-year Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Action supported by the European Commission’s Science with and for Society (SwafS) programme.

Through an innovation cycle called GEAR (Gather, Evaluate, Accelerate, Refine), the transdisciplinary Crowd4SDG consortium of six partners will promote the development of citizen science projects aimed at tackling the SDG’s, with a focus on climate action. Its goal is to assess the usefulness of practical innovations developed by the teams and to research how AI applications can enhance and provide effective monitoring of SDG targets and indicators by citizens.


Geneva Trialogue 2021

Geneva Trialogue 2021

The 2021 edition of the Geneva Trialogue takes place on the 18th of March and is organised under the overarching theme of "Scaling Open Innovation for the SDGs". The Trialogue connects initiatives and opportunities around open innovation from three stakeholders,...

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AI4Good Webinar series

AI4Good Webinar series

The AI4Good Webinar on "COVID-19: Combining crowdsourcing and AI to tackle the pandemic" took place from the 20th of May 2020. The webinar is part of an ongoing webinar series on the use of artificial intelligence to address the Sustainable Development Goals. Under...

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Ecolution is a project aiming to develop a  monitoring service for the quality of water supply services in Cote d’Ivoire using feedback from consumers on Facebook.


Potamoi wants to optimize the process of cleaning hydrological data to allow the improvement of flood forecasts and to reduce the number of deaths from floods and damaged properties. 

Thousand Waters

The Thousand Waters project aims to secure drinking water for vulnerable communities or people invisibilized by public policies through a simple, creative, and effective solution.

To See To Care

The project aims at raising awareness of climate change and encouraging more climate actions. In the initial stage, it is targeting those already aware of climate issues with the ultimate objective of influencing the general public.

Well Yes!

The objective of Well Yes! is to further the principles of United Nations’ SDG 6, by setting up a model for monitoring groundwater quality, to empower users, allow for potential policy change and better water infrastructure.