Sourcemap

Created at the MIT Media Lab in 2007 with Leonardo Bonanni, David Zwarg and professors Hiroshi Ishii and Chris Csikszentmihályi, Sourcemap was designed as a platform for sharing open supply chains and evaluting social and environmental impact. It was a collaboration between the MIT Center for Civic Media and the Tangible Media Group. As an academic project, all of the data and software behind the platform has been made available under open source licenses.

Early Awards and Press

Sourcemap Inc.

Since graduating the Media Lab, Sourcemap has become a company (sourcemap.com) under the direction of my colleague Leo Bonanni. Its mission, founded on the principle that people have a right to know where products come from, is to be the first crowdsourced directory of supply chains and environmental footprints.
TOMS shoe on Sourcemap