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1 Slide: 1 Guy Seguin (CSA) CEOS Disaster SBA Team Coordinator Priority Actions GEO Disaster WP

2 Slide: 2 Objective Improved use of observations and related information to inform policies, decisions and actions Targets T1. More timely dissemination of data in support of full cycle of disaster management at local, national and regional levels T2. Development of a multi-hazard, end-to-end approach for disasters T3. Support implementation of Hyogo Framework DI-01: Focus on four main areas: (1) Provide support to operational systems (2) Enable and inform risk and vulnerability analyses (3) Conduct regional end to-end pilots with a focus on building institutional relationships (4) Conduct gap analyses in order to identify missing data, system gaps, and capacity gaps. DI-01 Components C1Disaster Management Systems – PoC Guy Seguin, CSA C2Geohazards – Fabio DellAcqua, EU Centre C3Tsunamis – PoC Jörn Lauterjung, GFZ C4Wildfires – Johann Goldammer, GFMC C5Regional end-to-end pilots – PoC Stuart Frye, NASA GEO Strategic Disaster Targets and DI-01 Informing risk management and disaster reduction

3 Slide: 3 Existing Priority Actions Improve access to information produced through key disaster management mechanisms such as the International Charter on Space and Major Disasters, Sentinel Asia, GMES Emergency Management Services, and SERVIR Promote quick and easy access to in-situ data and reference maps required in case of emergency. Integrate baseline geographic information and reference maps with real-time data from satellite or in-situ platforms into online Graphical User Interface and Decision Support System tools Make information related to environmental risk and vulnerability easily accessible to a wide range of decision-makers through a centralized platform. Build upon the South African Atlas (based on a spatial database system and a repository of global-change related information) and the Chinese disaster assessment system (based on Geographic Information Systems) Enhance the use of satellite data for disaster management, based on lessons-learned and experience from countries and organizations, and develop best practice guidelines for technical and procedural cooperation in satellite-based emergency mapping Review global and regional disaster risk management systems. Perform a gap analysis considering data, metadata, systems, and capacity (building upon existing analyses) Expected achievements by 2015 (from Task Sheet DI-01C1) Use of satellite data for disaster management will be increased, through the development of best practices for the integration of EO in the full cycle of disaster management, including both risk reduction and disaster response; Baseline data will be better integrated with new and archived satellite data, and the combined information will be easy to access for a broad range of users incuding decision makers and the general public; Global and regional disaster management systems will be reviewed with a view to identifying gaps with regard to data, metadata, systems and capacity. C1 Disaster Management Systems

4 Slide: 4 Expected achievements by 2015 (from Task Sheet DI-01C1) Use of satellite data for disaster management will be increased, through the development of best practices for the integration of EO in the full cycle of disaster management, including both risk reduction and disaster response; Action 1. Improve access to information produced through key disaster management mechanisms such as the International Charter on Space and Major Disasters, Sentinel Asia, GMES Emergency Management Services, and SERVIR o International Charter – Universal Access Principle; o Sentinel-Asia; o GMES; o SERVIR (Central America and Africa); o Regional pilots in Caribbean (CSDP) and Namibia/Southern Africa o New regional pilots? Action 2. Enhance the use of satellite data for disaster management, based on lessons-learned and experience from countries and organizations, and develop best practice guidelines for technical and procedural cooperation in satellite-based emergency mapping o WGISS Disasters Enterprise Architecture; o DLR and UNOOSA Lessons Learned Exercise; o Need for data dissemination action? Baseline data will be better integrated with new and archived satellite data, and the combined information will be easy to access for a broad range of users including decision makers and the general public; Action 3. Promote quick and easy access to in-situ data and reference maps required in case of emergency. Integrate baseline geographic information and reference maps with real-time data from satellite or in-situ platforms into online Graphical User Interface and Decision Support System tools o CEOS Disasters Initiative? (under definition) o Other? Action 4. Make information related to environmental risk and vulnerability easily accessible to a wide range of decision-makers through a centralized platform. Build upon the South African Atlas (based on a spatial database system and a repository of global-change related information) and the Chinese disaster assessment system (based on Geographic Information Systems) o South African Atlas; o Chinese Disaster Assessment System o Other centralized platform under development? Global and regional disaster management systems will be reviewed with a view to identifying gaps with regard to data, metadata, systems and capacity. Action 5. Review global and regional disaster risk management systems. Perform a gap analysis considering data, metadata, systems, and capacity (building upon existing analyses) o CEOS data gap analysis o Need for similar analysis relating to metadata, systems and capacity C1 Disaster Management Systems – Achievements and Priority Actions

5 Slide: 5 Action 1 Action 2 Action 3 Action 4 Action 5 C1 Disaster Management Systems – Crosswalk from actions to targets Target 1 – More timely data dissem. Target 2 – Multi-hazard end-to-end Target 3 – HFA support Existing actions make strong contributions but are they enough? ? T1 – Need to define acceptable level for timely dissemination ? T2 – Need an action to develop roadmap for end-to-end multi-hazard risk management, which requires more than improved data access T3 – Strong support provided to HFA across several priority actions

6 Slide: 6 HFA Overview Priority Action 1: Ensure that disaster risk reduction is a national and a local priority with a strong institutional basis for implementation. Priority Action 2: Identify, assess and monitor disaster risks and enhance early warning. Priority Action 3: Use knowledge, innovation and education to build a culture of safety and resilience at all levels. Priority Action 4: Reduce the underlying risk factors. Priority Action 5: Strengthen disaster preparedness for effective response at all levels.


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