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Strategic environmental information and data dissemination

III

Strategic environmental information and data dissemination:

Case studies from Europe and Mexico

Adriana Oropeza

Michael Nagy (QSA)


A private country

fastly

becomingpublic

A private country…


3 1 how are we shaped

3.1. How are weshaped?

CIA Factbook

UnitedNationsMilleniumDevelopmentGoals

TheEconomist

QSA


Qatar s environmental profile cia factbook

Qatar’s environmental profile CIA Factbook

Source. CIA Factbook. September 1, 2012


United nations millenium development goals mdg monitor

UnitedNationsMilleniumDevelopmentGoals. MDG Monitor


Mdg data availability by country

MDG Data availabilityby country


The economist world in figures

TheEconomist. World in Figures

The World in 2012 | The Economist www.economist.com/theworldin/2012


The economist pocket world in figures

TheEconomist. Pocket World in Figures

Pocket World in Figures . The Economist 2011. Edition.


Qatar s national communication unfccc 2011

Qatar’sNationalCommunication. UNFCCC 2011


Qatar s national communication unfccc 2011 national circumstances

Qatar’sNationalCommunication. UNFCCC 2011/ NationalCircumstances


Qatar s national communication unfcc 2011 greenhouse gas inventory

Qatar’sNationalCommunication. UNFCC 2011/ Greenhouse Gas Inventory


Qsa sustainable indicators 2008

QSA. SustainableIndicators. 2008

EconomicIndicators

EnvironmentalIndicators


3 2 bridge to the future

3.2 Bridge tothefuture


What is strategic

Whatisstrategic?


Wef environmental risks

WEF. EnvironmentalRisks

2009

2012

  • Extreme climate change related weather

  • Droughts and desertification

  • Loss of freshwater

  • NatCat: Cyclone; Earthquake; Inland and/orcoastalflooding

  • Air pollution

  • Biodiversityloss

  • FailureClimatechangeadaptation

  • Irremediable pollution

  • Land and waterway use mismanagement

  • Mismanagedurbanization

  • Persistent extreme weather

  • Rising GHG emissions

  • Speciesoverexplotaition

  • Unprecedentedgeophysicaldestruction

Fuente. WEF. Global Risks2009. and 2012 Editions


Qatar s national communication unfccc 2011 vulnerability and adaptation mitigation

Qatar’sNationalCommunication. UNFCCC 2011/ Vulnerability and Adaptation & Mitigation

Highresolutionclimatechangescenarios

Water/ MoistureAvailability and Agriculture

Energy Sector

EffectsonUrbanAreas

PublicHealth

CoastalZone and Offshore Locations

Marine Environment

GHG Mitigation

EnergyEfficiency and ResourceUtilization

OpportunitiesforOil & Gas; Electricity & Water


Sustainable development goals 2015

SustainableDevelopmentGoals? 2015

  • Food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture (including healthy livestocks and marine ecosystems)

  • Water and sanitation

  • Energy

  • Sustainable tourism

  • Sustainable transport

  • Sustainable cities and human settlements

  • productive employment, decent work for all and social protection - green jobs

    • Health and population

  • Oceans and seas

  • Disaster risk reduction

  • Climate change

  • Forests

  • Biodiversity

  • Desertification, land degradation and drought

  • Mountains

  • Chemicals and waste

  • Sustainable Consumption and Production

  • Mining

  • UNCSD. 2012 . Report of the United Nations

    ConferenceonSustainableDevelopment


    3 3 spreading the seeds

    3.3 Spreadingtheseeds

    Case Study: NationalSystem of EnvironmentalInformation (SEMARNAT -SNIARN)

    Case Study: Mexico’s MDG website

    Case Study: Gapminder

    Case Study: European Environment Agency: DPSIR and Indicator Sheets

    Case Study: The Austrian Water Information System

    Case Study: Eye on Earth

    Case Study: The European Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS)


    National system of environmental information semarnat sniarn

    NationalSystem of EnvironmentalInformation (SEMARNAT -SNIARN)


    Sniarn s integration process

    SNIARN’sIntegrationProcess

    ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION INTEGRATION PROCESS

    Differentformats -Thematicdatabases – keystakeholder ( Water, forests, etc.

    Indicators, Time series, Reports

    Integrateddatabase – Real time – Governmentusers / general public


    Mdg mexico website

    MDG. Mexicowebsite


    World gapminder

    World: Gapminder

    http://www.gapminder.org – “The Beauty of Statistics”


    Austria gapminder national website on environmental economic accounts

    Austria: Gapminder(national website on Environmental-Economic Accounts)

    http://www.environmental-accounting.at


    European environment agency dpsir and indicator sheets

    European Environment Agency: DPSIR and Indicator Sheets

    http://www.eea.europa.eu/


    Strategic environmental information and data dissemination

    European Environment Agency: DPSIR and Indicator Sheets


    Water information system austria wisa

    Water Information System Austria (WISA)

    http://wisa.lebensministerium.at

    • WISA GIS-viewer

    • Public participation

    • Link to distributed data bases

    • Library

    • Map distribution

    Launched in March 2007


    System architecture current situation

    Link to sectoral data bases

    WFS Service

    Datadelivery

    WISA

    System Architecture: Current Situation

    Water Information System Austria (WISA)

    WISA

    database

    HyDaMs

    H2O

    Database

    GIS Data

    H2O

    database

    Watergraph

    Database

    CMS

    e-hyd

    WISA

    Web GIS

    EMREG-OG

    database

    LFRZ

    Umweltbundesamt


    Implementation of soa future

    Transformation Service

    WISA

    Applications BMLFUW

    WIS Regional

    WISE-Portal

    Applications BMGFJ

    Implementation of SOA (future)

    Water Information System Austria (WISA)

    Applications

    Added Value

    Services

    LFRZ

    Umweltbundesamt

    Others

    Enterprise Service Bus

    WFD

    reporting

    maps

    Digital

    cataster

    Areal

    view

    H2O

    database

    Watergraph

    database

    EMREG-OG

    database

    data-

    base x

    GIS Data

    CMS


    Europe citizen science www eyeonearth org

    Europe: Citizen Science, www.eyeonearth.org


    European shared environmental information system seis principles

    European Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS): Principles

    • Information should be

      • managed as close as possible to its source;

      • collected once, and shared with others for many purposes;

      • readily available to public authorities

      • readily accessible to end-users, primarily public authorities at all levels from local to European

      • accessible to enable end-users, both public authorities and citizens, to make comparisons at the appropriate geographical scale

      • fully available to the general publicat the appropriate level of aggregation and subject to appropriate confidentiality constraints, and at national level in the relevant national language(s)

    • Information sharing and processing should be supported through common, free open source software tools.


    Thank you for your attention

    Thank you for your attention!

    Adriana Oropeza

    Michael Nagy


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