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GEO Work Plan Symposium 2014SB–05 : Impact assessment of human activitiesComponent C1: Tools and Information for Impact Assessment and Energy Policy PlanningThierry Ranchin, Mines ParisTech Component C2: Impact Monitoring System for Geo-Resource Exploration and ExploitationStéphane Chevrel, BRGM

key 2014 outputs
Key 2014 Outputs
  • SB-05-C1:
    • A portal enabling the collection of, and access to, EnerGEO data (focused on energy and environmental impacts)
    • A modeling platform that will enable planners and governments to forecast and monitor the environmental impact of changes in the energy mix (not fully documented, under finalization)
  • SB-05-C2:
    • Demonstration of the potential of innovative EO methods and their integration into monitoring appraoches
      • Integration of spaceborne, airborne and in situ monitoring methods into EO-based products
    • development of “generic” EO-based integrated products for monitoring and assessing environmental and societal impacts of mining activities…
    • Organisation of stakeholder “trialogue” workshops
      • At mining site level with mining company, regulators and civil society
      • At institutional level with representatives from extractive industry (EUROMINES, ETP-SMR), EC DGs (ENV, RTD, ENTR,…), EEA, NGOs…
    • E-training facilities
energeo portal http energeo researchstudio at energeo catalog main home page
EnerGEO Portalhttp://energeo.researchstudio.at/energeo/catalog/main/home.page
energeo platform for integrated assessment http viewer webservice energy org energeo pia
EnerGEO Platform for Integrated Assessment: http://viewer.webservice-energy.org/energeo_pia/
global urban footprint guf programme
Global Urban Footprint (GUF) programme
  • Global highresolutionbinarymask of built up areas
  • Fromhighresolution SAR data acquiredduring the TanDEM-X mission
  • SB-04
possible cross task activities sb 05 c2
(possible) Cross-Task Activities SB-05-C2
  • Integrated EO-products tools and methods for decision making and georesource management at each stage of the mineral life cycle : EN-01-C1
  • Stakeholder-driven census of environmental and societal criteria and indicators to monitor footprint of the extractive industry through relevant EO-based products and tools : IN-01-C1
  • Guide of best practice for monitoring environmental and societal footprint of mining using EO : ID-02-C2
  • Integrated EO-tools and methods for tracking pollutants from mining activities (in particular AMD minerals): HE-02-C2
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Evidence of the Use of Task-related Systems, Datasets, Information Products, and Services(by which communities? use statistics? role of users in implementation?)

  • SB-05-C1:
    • Environmental, Energy and Health datasets for the impact assessments
    • Use of cohorts for air pollution impacts on health (epidemiologists)
policy linkages e g conventions protocols international programmes
Policy Linkages (e.g. Conventions, Protocols, International Programmes)
  • EU RawMaterial Initiative
  • European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on raw materials
  • Flagship initiative "Resource Efficient Europe"
  • AfricaMining Vision 2050
    • http://www.africaminingvision.org/about.html
    • “how mining can contribute better to local development by making sure workers and communities see real benefits from large-scale industrial mining and that their environment is protected”.
challenges issues and gaps hindering progress
Challenges, Issues, and Gaps Hindering Progress
  • Currently, there are no more funded activities under SB-05-C1 and C2
    • FP7 Projects EnerGEO (C1), EO-MINERS and ImpactMin (C2) ended 2012-2013
  • Component C2
    • Lack of satellite borne hyperspectral sensor for mineral and vegetation mapping
    • Lack of continuity for ASTER data
      • But WorldView-3 data to come (at cost)
    • Lack of extractive industry engagement (private sector) or their representatives
    • How to identify, collect and harmonize in situ monitoring data?
      • Regional, national, global networks
      • Citizen engagement, citizens’ observatories
    • Access to socio-economic data
      • Local to global
    • DTMs vs. DEMs
intervention needed from geo members and pos to achieve 2015 strategic targets
Intervention needed from GEO Members and POs to Achieve 2015 Strategic Targets
  • C1 : Generalization of the task to other SBA (Human activities but only related to energy)
    • Presently impacts of energy uses
    • Cross cutting issues: water and health, atmosphere (air pollution) and health, …
    • Communities to support the work
  • C2 : develop close links with GEO IP to ensure minerals as one of the next GEO strategic targets
    • Role of China, EU, South Africa, US…
    • Newly created Working Group on Coal and Environment (WGCE) as part of the Energy CoP
  • Support possible global initiatives
    • Global mineral mapping from ASTER imagery
      • CSIRO’s Mineral map of Australia (IN-02)
      • PECOMINES-like global mapping (mine wastes)
    • Global illegal mining inventory (ex French Guyana)
    • Material Flow Analysis (MFA) for monitoring raw material extraction : contribution of COPERNICUS (EU) and GEOSS (global)?
    • Role of UAVs in in situ data collection?
monitoring water turbidity and hg content in french guyana
Monitoring water turbidity and Hg content in French Guyana
  • Monitoring water turbidityfrom SPOT imagery (BRGM)
  • Hg monitoring network (ONF) : HE-02-C1
  • Potential for mineralmapping of (illegal) miningactivities ?
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