Julia Palma presented CeADAR Ireland’s contributions to the UPCAST Project during the annual MyData Conference in Helsinki. In the “Data Justice in Participatory Projects” session, the expert panel, including representatives from MyData Organisation, King’s College London, and Science4Change, delved into various perspectives on how data can contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The discussion also encompassed an exploration of the challenges and opportunities surrounding trustworthiness, equality, and fairness for data owners. The UPCAST tools, which offer specialized features for environmental impact and data valorization, garnered significant interest from the audience. These tools are designed to empower both citizens and administrations in making informed decisions regarding data sharing, and they have the potential to sustainably address societal challenges.