AWS Data Exchange makes it easy to find, subscribe to, and use third-party sustainability-related data in the cloud.
 
We're working with organizations to make Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG), public, weather, air quality, satellite imagery data, and much more available to customers.
 
Whether you're looking to price climate risk into your portfolio, align with emerging ESG disclose requirements, reduce your company's carbon footprint, or define your renewable energy transition, AWS Data Exchange is here to help.
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Trial these free data sources to support your sustainability strategy:

  • Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Emissions
  • Weather and Satellite
  • Agriculture and Supply Chain
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Customers Using AWS Data Exchange

ESG Factors are Becoming Increasingly Important to Financial Institutions

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are increasingly important for financial institutions. Learn more about assessing portfolio risk using AWS Data Exchange, Amazon Quicksight, and CSRHUB.

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Education

Access, performance, school ratings, social inequity.

Transportation

Miles traveled, environmental impact, human mobility patterns

Climate Risk

Exposure scores, weather forecasts, water indices

Waste

Food waste, water treatment, ESG scores

Can’t find the data you need? Let us know!

AWS Data Exchange is always looking to recruit new data providers. If you'd like to access a provider that you don't see in the catalog today, please let us know and our team will contact that provider on your behalf.

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What is the difference between AWS Data Exchange and the Registry of Open Data on AWS?

There are five key differences between AWS Data Exchange and the Registry of Open Data on AWS:

  1. AWS Data Exchange supports both free and commercial data products, with any applicable commercial fees applied to a customer’s AWS invoice, whereas the Registry of Open Data on AWS gives customers access to a curated list of free and open data sets.
  2. AWS Data Exchange requires customers to explicitly agree to the Data Subscription Agreement outlining the terms that the data provider set when publishing their product, whereas the data on the Registry of Open Data on AWS does not have terms of use.
  3. Customers must use the AWS Data Exchange API to copy data from AWS Data Exchange to their desired S3 location, whereas the Registry of Open Data on AWS data sets are accessed via S3 APIs.
  4. AWS Data Exchange delivers data providers access to daily, weekly and monthly reports detailing subscription activity, whereas with Registry of Open Data on AWS, data providers must analyze their own logs to track usage of data.
  5. To become a data provider on AWS Data Exchange, qualified customers must register as a data provider on AWS Marketplace to be eligible to list both free and commercial products, whereas any customer can add free data to Registry of Open Data on AWS via GitHub and may apply to the AWS Public Dataset Program for AWS to sponsor the costs of storage and bandwidth for select open data sets.
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