AWS Data Exchange Sustainability

At Amazon, we are committed to and invested in sustainability because it’s a win all around – it’s good for business, the planet, our customers, and our communities. AWS Data Exchange aims to support this commitment by making 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 to help them accelerate sustainability research, innovation and solution development by removing the friction of finding, licensing, and using sustainability-related data.

Whether you're trying to enhance crop yield while lowering water usage, reduce your company's carbon footprint, or research changing climate patterns, AWS Data Exchange is here to help.

If you need additional data sources that are not available below or in the AWS Data Exchange catalog, click below:

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Sustainable Finance Data


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SASB Topic Climate Risk Framework

Excel file of all SASB Disclosure Topics and the corresponding climate risks from the TCFD and the SASB climate risk bulletin.


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RepRisk ESG Data Feed: S&P 500 company universe

RepRisk ESG Data Feed Data Feeds are customizable data exports of RepRisk ESG metrics and analytics that are easily integrated into internal or third-party systems.


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CSRHub ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) Data

Consensus ESG ratings help improve corporate and investor performance. CSRHub aggregates and harmonizes data from >650 sources and produces ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) ratings for more than 19,000 public, private, and not-for-profit entities across 134 industries and 143 countries.

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Sentinel Hub by Sinergise

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Agriculture parcels - GSAA

Agriculture parcels dataset is a perfect source for supervised classification exercise for agriculture areas. These data is manually digitized based on orthophoto as well as other sources. Each part of the land is updated regularly.


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Teralytic Global Soil Data

Each dataset contains the compilation of the most reputable and detailed public and private sources regarding soil available. In addition, subscribers get access to the data via API for easy data file creation and integration into new or existing applications.

Dun & Bradstreet

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US Farms - Organic Farmers in the Midwest

US Farm Data is the premier agriculture marketing databases of farmers and ranchers in the US. This is a database of Organic Farmers in the Midwest. Information is ideal for direct mail and market research.

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Crux Informatics

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Eurostat - Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Source Sector

This dataset includes data on greenhouse gas emissions inventory, as reported to the European Environment Agency (EEA). Note that Eurostat is not the producer of these data, only re-publishes them.


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CO2 Emissions (kt) | World Bank Open Data

World Bank Open Data provides free and open access to various global development data. This release contains Carbon dioxide emissions in kiloton (kt) by all countries in the world. The data is available from year 1960. Carbon dioxide emissions, largely by-products of energy production and use, account for the largest share of greenhouse gases, which are associated with global warming.


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Fuel Cells Market Emerging Trend and Technology Research

According to the market report published by MarketsandMarkets™ “Fuel Cells Market by Type (Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell, Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell, Alkaline Fuel Cell, Microbial Fuel Cell), Application (Transport, Stationary, Portable), End-User, Region – Global Forecast to 2024.″ The global fuel cells market size is expected to grow from an estimated value of USD 342 million in 2019 to USD 1,059 million by 2024, at a CAGR of 25.4%, from 2019 to 2024.

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Daily Historical Weather Data - US City/Station

Access to historical and forecasted weather data plays a vital role in many industries. This detailed weather file, updated daily with the most up to date information, provides you with a rolling 14 days of daily historical weather information for the most common weather variables that can impact your business each and every day.

Digital Content Analysis Technology Ltd

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Smart City Land Surface Temperature

This is a public sample free D-CAT data product. Please speak with us to discuss the development of bespoke private products. This data set is derived from satellite imagery and provides detailed temperature files of Land Surface Temperature (LST) maps for the entire urban area of Prague and Singapore for various dates in 2019.

ClimaCell ®

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2018 Yearly Historical Data Sets: Top 50 U.S. Cities

Get more than 15 different weather parameters of ClimaCell's proprietary hyper-local, ultra-accurate historical gridded data based on millions of virtual sensors, globally. This product is one of many of our customized historical data sets that can be found on our website. Choose your desired resolution, geography, and time and get your customized historical report.

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Smart City

City metering, land surface temperature, lighting, energy consumption data and more.

Electric Vehicles

Vehicle battery market, transportation trends, automotive consumer data, etc.


Water metering, industrial production, and utilities sector sentiment data.

All Sustainability

All sustainability-related data products, ranging from sustainable finance and reporting, to demographics and air quality.

Use Cases

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) data is increasingly important for financial services institutions and corporations who are looking to assess portfolio risk, meet investment mandates that align with the values of their customers, or report on the sustainability of their portfolios. In response to the growing demand for sustainable finance and corporate social responsibility data, AWS Data Exchange has onboarded over 20+ ESG data products, including third party scores, raw company-level ESG metrics, and reporting frameworks. Examples include: SASB Sustainability Industry Classifications SystemTM (SICSTN) Global mapping, S-Ray ESG & GC Scores from Arabesque and S&P 500 company universe data product from RepRisk that can be used to monitor ESG and business conduct issues related to clients, investments, and/or suppliers – and to identify companies that may have violated policies or international standards.


Customers are increasingly looking to better understand local and global emissions, and work on reducing or eliminating their own emissions. According to Natural Capital Partners, 23% of Fortune 500 companies have made a public commitment to carbon neutrality by 2030. Customers can use AWS Data Exchange to access emissions data products like the Eurostat - Greenhouse Gas Emissions data product from Crux, and the World Bank Open Data - CO2 Emissions (kt) published by Rearc to visualize global emission by industry or location, and benchmark their reduction performance.


Farmers, seed producers, AgTech companies, and grocers are all working to increase crop yield while lowering resource consumption and reducing food waste. AWS Data Exchange offer customers access to agriculture data products like the Agriculture Parcels - GSAA data product, in vector tile format, from Sentinel Hub to help build crop detection models and forecast potential harvests.

Climate Change

Climate change is becoming increasingly topical as the volume of natural disasters continues to increase across the globe. Find access to over 75+ weather data products that can be used to expose changing weather patterns and areas of vulnerability, as well as research climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies. You can also find additional open data resources from authoritative sources on the Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative (ASDI), housed under the Registry of Open Data on AWS.

Public & Demographic Data

Customers can use public and demographic data to inform sustainable city development, visualize food deserts, monitor resource use, and effectively manage water resources, and more. AWS Data Exchange providers access over 200+ free public data products, ranging from SafeGraph Open Census Data to the World Bank Open Data Consumer Price Index published by Rearc. You can also find additional public data like OpenStreetMap data, lidar scans of cities, and mobile network performance maps on ASDI that can be used in combination with ADX data products.

New to AWS Data Exchange?

If you’re new to AWS Data Exchange, a step-by-step guide to subscribing to data products can be found on this blog, and this blog describes how you can automate the exporting of data from AWS Data Exchange into your own Amazon S3 bucket.

Additional Resources

  • Sustainability Customer Examples - AWS Public Sector Blog 
  • Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative (ASDI) on the Registry of Open Data on AWS
    • 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. First, 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. Secondly, 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. Thirdly, 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. Fourthly, 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. Finally, 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.
  • Become a Data Provider - Interested in adding sustainability data products to AWS Data Exchange? Learn more about registering as a provider here.
  • Request Data - Submit a request for a new data product on AWS Data Exchange here
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