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Team Members


DR SANJEEV BANDI and 2 other members with unpublished profiles.

Project Description


Brisbane Olympics
Queensland is hosting the 2032 Olympic Games in Brisbane. Using Queensland open data, we aim to help the state prepare and host an olympic games in the future which will be climate positive and carbon neutral in keeping with the ideals and recommendations of the IOC in relation to sustainability,legacy and olympic games after 2030.


#every four years #more than 11 #000 athletes #from over 200 nations #compete in 33 different sports for medals and the title of the best in the world #the brisbane games will be the 35th summer olympics with the last australian event held in sydney in 2000 #preparing infrastructure #such as sporting venues #transportation and accommodation we aim to help the state prepare and host an olympic games in the future which will be climate positive and carbon neutral in keeping with the ideals and recommendations of the ioc in relation to sustainability #legacy and olympic games after 2030.

Data Story


Roughly quantifying the waste created per person per year and comparing it to visitors during the event over the course of the event enabled us to calculate the amount of waste generated which equates to 20 kgs per person for every fortnight.


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Team DataSets

INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT 2020

Description of Use Credibility The IOC is proactively working with partners to protect clean sport and clean athletes See page 98 On-site education at the Winter YOG Lausanne 2020 was one of many ways the IOC promoted fair sport See page 101 Good governance in the Olympic Movement remains an IOC priority See page 38 Sustainability The IOC will become a climate-positive organisation by 2024 See page 32 The IOC confirmed that from 2030, all Olympic Games and Olympic Winter Games will be climate-positive See page 82 The IOC has developed a new set of sustainability objectives for 2021-2025 See page 32 Youth Olympic Channel reached 3.4bn total video views in 2020 – and continues to grow See page 106 The IOC Young Leaders programme was redesigned and relaunched in October 2020 See page 122 Breaking was confirmed as part of the Paris 2024 programme See page 70

Data Set

GovHack Response to Commonwealth’s Data Availability and Transparency Bill 2020

Description of Use GovHack Australia Limited (GovHack) strongly supports the Data Availability and Transparency Bill 2020. We strongly believe that data sharing is fundamental to ensuring compliance with the services offered by the commonwealth and also ensuring excellent service delivery. Trust of Government services will be bolstered with this bill. This bill further strengthens the open data movement and clearly distinguishes between different forms of exchanging data between different stakeholders under various legislation. We believe that democracy thrives on transparency of government activities and thus data released in accordance with Freedom of Information Act 1982 perfectly resonates this. We support this bill as it is in line with our core democratic principles. Furthermore this bill sets right data sharing principles to ensure data is shared in securely with appropriate security controls and proper data contract. As this bill is based on the Five Safe Framework to facilitate data sharing, it sets a strong foundation for data sharing amongst data custodians. In relation to open data/open access, we believe that data release through the Government's open data portal is the best way to facilitate data sharing of data custodians with the public. At GovHack, we have been championing the use of the use of open data to fuel innovation and contributed great outcomes to our community

Data Set

The competition venues for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).

Description of Use RETROSPECTIVE DATA SET

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Challenge Entries

Brisbane Olympics

Queensland will host the 2032 Olympic Games in Brisbane. Using Queensland open data, what can we do now to help the state prepare?

Eligibility: Must use at least one dataset from data.qld.gov.au.

Go to Challenge | 8 teams have entered this challenge.