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1 Strategic environmental information and data dissemination: Case studies from Europe and Mexico Adriana Oropeza Michael Nagy (QSA) III

2 A private country… becoming public fastly

3 3.1. How are we shaped?  CIA Factbook  United Nations Millenium Development Goals  The Economist  QSA

4 Qatar’s environmental profile CIA Factbook Source. CIA Factbook. September 1, 2012

5 United Nations Millenium Development Goals. MDG Monitor

6 MDG Data availability by country

7 The Economist. World in Figures The World in 2012 | The Economist

8 The Economist. Pocket World in Figures Pocket World in Figures. The Economist Edition.

9 Qatar’s National Communication. UNFCCC 2011

10 Qatar’s National Communication. UNFCCC 2011/ National Circumstances

11 Qatar’s National Communication. UNFCC 2011/ Greenhouse Gas Inventory

12 QSA. Sustainable Indicators Economic Indicators Environmental Indicators

13 3.2 Bridge to the future

14 What is strategic?

15 WEF. Environmental Risks  Extreme climate change related weather  Droughts and desertification  Loss of freshwater  NatCat: Cyclone; Earthquake; Inland and/or coastal flooding  Air pollution  Biodiversity loss  Failure Climate change adaptation  Irremediable pollution  Land and waterway use mismanagement  Mismanaged urbanization  Persistent extreme weather  Rising GHG emissions  Species overexplotaition  Unprecedented geophysical destruction Fuente. WEF. Global Risks and 2012 Editions

16 Qatar’s National Communication. UNFCCC 2011/ Vulnerability and Adaptation & Mitigation  High resolution climate change scenarios  Water/ Moisture Availability and Agriculture  Energy Sector  Effects on Urban Areas  Public Health  Coastal Zone and Offshore Locations  Marine Environment  GHG Mitigation  Energy Efficiency and Resource Utilization  Opportunities for Oil & Gas; Electricity & Water

17 Sustainable Development Goals? 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 Report of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development

18 Case Study: National System of Environmental Information (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) 3.3 Spreading the seeds

19 National System of Environmental Information (SEMARNAT -SNIARN)

20 SNIARN’s Integration Process ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION INTEGRATION PROCESS Different formats -Thematic databases – key stakeholder ( Water, forests, etc. Integrated database – Real time – Government users / general public Indicators, Time series, Reports

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22 MDG. Mexico website

23 World: Gapminder – “The Beauty of Statistics”

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

26 European Environment Agency: DPSIR and Indicator Sheets

27 European Environment Agency: DPSIR and Indicator Sheets

28 Water Information System Austria (WISA)  WISA GIS-viewer  Public participation  Link to distributed data bases  Library  Map distribution

29 System Architecture: Current Situation Umweltbundesamt CMS H2O database Watergraph Database EMREG-OG database WISA database GIS Data H2O Database LFRZ WFS Service HyDaMs WISA Web GIS e-hyd Link to sectoral data basesDatadelivery Water Information System Austria (WISA)

30 Applications BMGFJ Enterprise Service Bus LFRZ Umweltbundesamt CMS Areal view EMREG-OG database Digital cataster WFD reporting maps Applications WISE-Porta l Added Value Services GIS Data H2O database Watergraph database WIS Regional Applications BMLFUW WISA Others data- base x Implementation of SOA (future) Transformation Service

31 Europe: Citizen Science,

32 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 public at 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.

33 Adriana Oropeza Michael Nagy Thank you for your attention!


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