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Vision WISE 2025 Where we are and how to get there?. European Commission DG Environment Water and Marine Units. overview. Success, challenges/problems, expectations and vision (morning session) Common language, conceptual approaches and way of working (afternoon).

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Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Vision WISE 2025Where we are and how to get there?

European Commission

DG Environment

Water and Marine Units


Overview

overview

  • Success, challenges/problems, expectations and vision

    (morning session)

  • Common language, conceptual approaches and way of working

    (afternoon)


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

What do we want to get out?

  • A distributed / decentralised–how and when do we get it? (need for tools such as reference datasets, …)

  • Define User Needs / products first

  • Improve business processes (including timelines, who does what, ETC/ENV contracts relation)

  • An integrated data model for fresh, coastal and marine waters (DPSIR driven)

  • All this should be translated into a renewed WISE vision and a timeline for stepwise implementation in three phases:

    • WISE 2.0 (for 2014),

    • WISE 3.0 (for 2018) and

    • WISE 4.0 (for 2025)


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Achievements and frustrations

  • Without WISE, no electronic collection, focus of discussion, drive to integrate water-related reporting

  • No integration of water and marine datasets

  • No knowledge of what information we have and we can streamline

  • Separate process, no linked up work flow – outdated technology (Reportnet vs. ETC vs. consultants)

  • No where near interoperability, poor technical tools


E g issues for reviewing wfd reporting guidance

e.g: Issues for reviewingWFD reporting guidance

WISE

Concept paper for RBMP assessment

No full link with other EEA db (waterbase)

Reporting guidance and sheets

Tables and maps

Need for clearer definition of requirements and scope for

streamlining

Lack of flexible tool to perform queries and design adhoc maps

Limited harmonisation

schemas

WFD Master db

EC

Assessment

reports

RBMP

Room for clarification, simplification, INSPIRE compliance

RBMP

Shape files

RBMP

assessment db

xml

RBMP

Member

states

RBMP

RBMP

Additional information

pdf

Poor and expensive contribution to reports

MS/RBD

websites

No proper indexation of files, common structure missing

Common Data Repository (CDR)

Costly and ineffective process for analysis and comparison


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Vision

  • To develop WISE 2025 (incl. marine) which is:

    • Effective (inform management & policy)

    • Efficient (for MS, COM, EEA)

    • Inter-operable (available once, use many)

    • Accessible & informative (to public & stakeholders)

    • Helpful (are not seen by MS as a 'chore')

    • Integrative (across policies)

    • Avoid duplication (across Directives, with RSCs)

    • Up-to-date (do not wait for a 6-year update)

    • Need to review current visions and revise, if necessary!


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

User perspective:

3 main categories of products:

Multidim. databases

Interactive maps

Guidance, wikis, etc.

WISE

Common ontology across DPSIR framework and policy cycle

Focus on EU added value products:

Support to EU policy implementation

EU (impact) assessments

Benchmarking tools

Best-practices exchanges

Capacity building

Provider perspective

Reporting under

EU Directives:

Water

Marine

Others!

SoE

National/River basin information platforms

Other data centres

ESTAT

Deliverables research projects

EU studies, etc.

state

pressures

impacts

drivers

responses


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Building blocks for information system (integrated data model – link to legislation in separate layer)

Policies:

MSFD, WFD, HD, BD, etc

CFP, CAP, EU BD


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Data and information – MS-EU links (Example Marine – SIIF aspects missing)

Art. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13

Art. 12/16/20(3b)

Art. 19(3)

WISE-Marine

INSPIRE

EMODnet

National systems

Regional systems

EU systems


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Effective reporting

  • Content

    • Integration of content from different policies to enable its full use, to ensure no duplication

    • Needs a common framework/model to encompass:

      State, pressures, activities and measures

  • Approach to assessments

    • Scalable (geographic): sub-national->national->regional->European->global

    • Scalable (theme): specific components (species, contaminants)->broad components (birds, fish)->ecosystems

    • ->Agreed assessment methods, aggregation rules


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Efficient reporting

  • Timing

    • Sequence to support scaling (geographic, thematic) – complementary between policies.

    • Move to continous and holistic processes

  • Information detail for multi-use

    • From high-level to detailed, in a connected manner to suit range of users (COM, RSC, national policy, stakeholders, public, implementers)

  • Decentralised, but accessible reporting

    • National web-based systems – no/minimal reporting to COM

    • Kept up-to-date by MS

    • Continuous 'low-level' effort, not 6-year 'bursts'

    • Accessed periodically by COM for compliance checks (according to Directive timelines)


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Reporting is no longer reporting

  • MS should see the development of national information systems as their management tools

    • Development and maintenance of the system becomes more 'routine' (>established assessment methods)

    • National assessment of compliance gaps and solutions (SIIF)

    • Removes the 'burst of activity' needed to send reports to COM every 6 years

    • MS 'owns' the reporting information, adapts to its needs (within a common framework), improves management effectiveness (esp. large countries)

    • COM can harvest the necessary information as needed


Siif principles uwwtd

SIIF principles - UWWTD

  • For national level:

  • Change from reporting to information management (SEIS)

  • Ensure transparency and public access (also 2003/4/EC)

  • Keep information regularly updated

  • Forward looking – solution oriented perspective

  • Reduce administrative burden for best performers

  • SEIS principles apply in addition (e.g. “Report once, use many”)


Siif national

SIIF EU

SIIF national

Data model/Reference data/

Tools etc.


User needs

User needs

  • input data – data template

  • available data

  • presentation of information – visualisation

  • demo version visualisation (EU / national)

  • output formats


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Compliance

Evaluation / Impact Assessments

State-of-the-environment

SEIS

SIIF

INSPIRE

Importance of legislation

Different types of information needs

(D)___R

PSI

DPSIR

ENV↑ EEA↓

ENV↑ EEA↓

ENV↓ EEA↑


Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

Future Compliance Assessment

  • No more reporting (submission of files by MS)

  • MS publish results and underlying data of their compliance performance online

  • Data and information can be easily shared (INSPIRE)

  • COM focuses on plausibility and non-compliance

  • Focus on gaps and solutions

  • COM/EEA: Regular publication of compliance “indicators” - ad hoc assessments on specific aspects

  • Reporting dealines to push MS / give overview (no need to harminise reporting deadlines)

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Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

SIIF consequences for EEA

  • Focus compliance on simple EU-wide overviews

  • Link up with national “compliance” information systems

  • More solution oriented information, measures/management plans/exchange of best practices (see air quality and waste pilot)

  • SoE and other dataflow will be even more separate from Directives (see more concetual work on marine Art 19.3)

  • Modular approach also changing business processes

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Vision wise 2025 where we are and how to get there

What do we want to get out?

  • A distributed / decentralised–how and when do we get it? (need for tools such as reference datasets, …)

  • Define User Needs / products first

  • Improve business processes (including timelines, who does what, ETC/ENV contracts relation)

  • An integrated data model for fresh, coastal and marine waters (DPSIR driven)

  • All this should be translated into a renewed WISE vision and a timeline for stepwise implementation in three phases:

    • WISE 2.0 (for 2014),

    • WISE 3.0 (for 2018) and

    • WISE 4.0 (for 2025)


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