With a team scattered across the world, 3 Sided Cube worked in an agile way as the product needed to be launched by COP26 so the process had to be really flexible. The final iteration was an interactive web platform, Earth HQ, that enabled the population to better understand the data, for example, what pressing disasters were happening and what this meant for the earth’s health. You are able to navigate and add layers to the earth to gain real information about what is happening all over the globe.
The Global Commons Alliance were keen to speak to audiences throughout COP26 and raise awareness of the planetary emergency to inspire global action. With the launch of the Global Commons Alliance Earth Dashboard at the newsroom at COP26, the platform received over 30,000 users over the course of the 2 weeks event and has now reached over 40,000 users in total.
The Earth HQ site is currently in beta. Over the coming months the site will be optimised for mobile, and new features will be added.