INSPIRE Data Policy and Legal Issues Working Group Orientation Report Stefan Carlyle and Mike Clarke. GINIE Data Policy Workshop. My presentation. Role of DP&LI Working Group Membership Our work to date Briefing paper Orientation paper Position paper Questions. First a thought.
GINIE Data Policy Workshop
“6 months in the laboratory can save you 6 hours in a library!”
“Information in any form on the state of the environment, on factors, measures or activities affecting or likely to affect the environment or designed to protect it, on cost-benefit and economic analyses used within the framework of such measures or activities and also information on the state of human health and safety, conditions of human life, cultural sites and built structures in as much as they are, or may be, affected by any of those matters”.
Does not include reference data on location.
Governments & Administrations
1Discovery metadata will be made available on the Internet
2 Harmonised data specifications will be adopted
3 Data quality will ensure fitness for purpose
4 Open access to and free flow of data will be provided
5 Harmonised licensing policies will be introduced
6 Commercial exploitation of data will be facilitated
Insufficient clarity of purpose
...6 months of INSPIRE could save 6 years of inefficiency
Thank you for listening