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© GEO Secretariat Opportunities for GEO & GCOS Rob Koopman GEO Secretariat 6 th GCOS Cooperation Mechanism Board WMO – 27/09/2010
© GEO Secretariat U.S. Department of State, Washington DC July 31, 2003 GEO, the Group on Earth Observations An Intergovernmental Organization with 82 Members and 58 Participating Organizations
© GEO Secretariat … to answer Societys need for informed decision making Coordinate and Sustain Observation Systems Provide Easier & More Open Data Access Foster Use through Science, Applications and Capacity Building GEOSS - Global Earth Observation System of Systems…
© GEO Secretariat 4 A Global, Coordinated, Comprehensive and Sustained System of Observing Systems GEOSS
© GEO Secretariat GEO Strategic Target on Climate: Achieve effective and sustained operation of the global climate observing system and reliable delivery of climate information of a quality needed for predicting, mitigating and adapting to climate variability and change, including for better understanding of the global carbon cycle. the full implementation of the Global Climate Observing System as the climate observing component of GEOSS, …., including closure of critical gaps, to ensure the availability of all the climate and climate-related observations needed to support GEOSS; promotion of data sharing as well as coordination of data management and exchange systems; contributions to major advances in the monitoring and prediction of climate on seasonal, interannual and decadal time scales, including the occurrence of extreme events; strengthened GCOS support for the assessment role of the IPCC and the policy development role of the UNFCCC; enhanced efforts for data rescue and digitization.
© GEO Secretariat GEO & GCOS: a consistent message GCOS, WMO, IOC, ICSU and UNEP are GEO Participating Organisations Large overlap between GEO Members (81 countries + European Union), WMO Members (183), ISCU National Members (121), UN Member States (192), IOC Member States (138) Consistency of the messages broadcast by these initiatives is not nice to have, …… it is MANDATORY for credibility
© GEO Secretariat GEO & GCOS: a consistent message (2) The GEO 10-Year Plan represents the consensus of its Members and Participating Organisations on the way forward in Global Earth Observations GEOSS is effectively built from in-kind contributions from its Members and Participating Organisations, which are aligned towards the common objectives 10-Year Plan. The alignment is facilitated by a matrix of concerted actions (SBA and cross-cutting tasks) and associated targets to focus international collaboration and harmonisation: the GEO Work Plan. Increasingly, the objectives of the 10-year plan and the Tasks in the Work Plan are used as requirements for funded government tenders (European Commissions 7 th Framework Programme) A Consistent message pays off, literally
© GEO Secretariat GEO advantage GEO as a group is modelled on a lean and flat governance model: a Ministerial Summit, and a Plenary (supported by its Executive Committee). Short path to decision making Very high political leverage GEO, A tool worth using!
© GEO Secretariat Dual use of this tool to convince to implement
© GEO Secretariat Convince The IGOS – P themes have been integrated into GEOSS (Communities of Practice) because the access to high-level governance was considered an opportunity. In the run up to Beijing 2010, the Data Sharing Task Force (DSTF) formulated an Action Plan for Governments, Participating Organisations and GEOSS as a whole. DSTF: Example of success in applying the political leverage Post IGOS-P gap closing: needs further work
© GEO Secretariat Convince (2) The road to Data Sharing success cannot easily be copied as is: the DSTF acted on a specific mandate from Plenary, in response to the Cape Town Summit Declaration, and the task force has broad participation. Nevertheless it can be worthwhile to work along a similar path. For example: sustaining observation systems is also explicitly mentioned in Cape Town declaration. The equivalent of the DSFT Action Plan could be a priorities and actions statement (including indirect actions) for sustaining networks at risk. GCOS (and GTOS, GOOS) already have related objectives in their individual terms of reference. Could a broad, concerted action within the flat GEO environment achieve more than the individual programmes?
© GEO Secretariat Implement: The GEO Work Plan (1) The Final update of the 2009-2011 GEO Work Plan has been submitted for endorsement at the GEO-VII Plenary in Beijing The next GEO Work Plan will cover 2012-2015. Ministerial Summits are scheduled for (2010,) 2013 and 2015. The end of this Work Plan period also marks the due date for achieving the GEOSS Strategic Targets. Drafting starts now For GCOS (and WMO, ICSU, UNEP, IOC, but also WCRP, GOOS, GTOS, and other POs and Members and the wider Climate community) -> The GEO 2012-2015 Work Plan -> Communicating the Consistent Message on the way forward
© GEO Secretariat GEO Work Plan (2) Apart from Political Leverage, working within (the) GEO (Work Plan) also provides benefits in terms of: cross-cutting support functions: –Vast momentum for Data Sharing –Data Management & Architecture, Quality Assurance, Harmonisation, Integration broad platforms: –Integration of Carbon Observations –Carbon Community of Practice –Forest Carbon Tracking Initiative Use GEOSS to optimise Efforts/Benefits Ratio
© GEO Secretariat Conclusions 1) Optimise the 2012-2015 Work Plan to achieve GEOSS benefit: –Revisit task deliverables in the light of the Strategic Target(s) –Revisit tasks and interaction with communities to ensure consistency throughout the climate domain, –Revisit task descriptions with new contributors in mind 2) lead/initiate new actions within GEOSS, extracting further benefits, e.g.: –Seek allies for a concerted high-level action on sustaining (endangered) networks, starting with the GxOSses and their sponsors –Promote independent peer review as fundamental component of GEOSS data management 3) Connect to the cross-cutting functions and other initiatives –E.g. use GEOSS architecture and data sharing initiatives to work towards thepromotion of data sharing as well as coordination of data management and exchange systems –Capacity Building and programmes involving trainings in Africa
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GEOSS for AFRICA: examples GEONETCast, CBERS, SERVIR, Sand and Dust Storm Warning System, AEGOS, Wildland Fire Early Warning System, Puma, AMESD and GMES Africa, BIOTA, TIGER, SoDa, MERIT, African Protected Areas, ClimDev Africa, ChlorOGIN, etc etc.
© GEO Secretariat Data and Products at Minimum Time delay and Minimum Cost Free of Charge or minimal Cost for Research and Education GEO Data Sharing Principles Full and Open Exchange of Data, recognizing Relevant International Instruments and National Policies
© GEO Secretariat GEO Model Contributed Activities Contributed Activities Contributed Activities Contributed Activities Contributed Activities GEOSS Common Infrastructure Standards and Interoperability Data Sharing Guidelines Transverse activities High-level visibility Harmonisation Collaboration 10yr Plan Voluntary Consensus-based
What is GEO? launched in response to calls for action by the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development, Earth Observation Summits, and by the G8 (Group.
© GEO Secretariat GEO Overview GEO Secretariat September 2007.
© GEO Secretariat The Group on Earth Observations – Status and Post 2015 Osamu Ochiai GEO Secretariat 41 st CGMS Tsukuba, Japan 8-12 July 2013.
© GEO Secretariat Global Datasets (GEOSS task DA-09-03) 3rd GEO European Project Workshop 8-9 October 2009 Istanbul Douglas Cripe, GEO Secretariat.
Synthesis of Strategic Issues (Climate, Disasters, Water) and a draft European strategic framework.
Capacity Building Mandate We, the participants…recognize the need to support: …A coordinated effort to involve and assist developing countries in improving.
GEO / GEOSS GEOSS Support for Decision-Making in the Coastal Zone: Managing and Mitigating the Impacts of Human Activities and Natural Hazards in the Coastal.
D. R. Fraser Taylor, FRSC Distinguished Research Professor Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada Presentation to the OGC Korea Interoperability Day Workshop.
© GEO Secretariat The Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS)
Work Plan Development Guidelines and Schedule.
AfriGEOSS - An Initiative to Implement GEOSS in Africa Andiswa Mlisa GEO Secretariat Eastern & Southern Africa Global Land Cover Workshop, March.
Douglas Cripe, GEO Secretariat 3rd African Water Cycle Coordination Initiative Workshop 4-5 February 2013 El Jadida, Morocco Introduction to GEO.
Robert S. Chen Co-chair/Data Sharing Task Force Geneva, Switzerland 1-3 February 2011 Implementation of the GEOSS Data Sharing Principles.
The GEO Work Plan * 2010 Update (GEO-VI) * New Online Management System Alexia Massacand (Work Plan Coordinator) Rik Baeyens (IT Manager)
AfriGEOSS - An Initiative to Implement GEOSS in Africa Andiswa Mlisa GEO-X Plenary, 15 – 16 January 2014, Geneva, Switzerland.
The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) and Access to Information UNECE Aarhus Convention Task Force on Access to Information Francesco Gaetani, PhD GEO.
3rd STC Meeting, Brussels, 31May – 1June 07 © GEO Secretariat Venue: Cape Town, South Africa Date: November 30th, 2007 The Summit will allow to: Report.
Alan Edwards European Commission 5 th GEO Project Workshop London, UK 8-9 February 2011 * The views expressed in these slides may not in any circumstances.
GEOSS Data Sharing Principles Alan Edwards European Commission Report to Capacity Building Committee May 22, 2008.
Linda V. Moodie On behalf of Gregory W. Withee Board on Research Data and Information (BRDI) June 3, 2010.
AfriGEOSS - An Initiative to Implement GEOSS in Africa Ganiy Agbaje NASRDA, Nigeria Andiswa Mlisa (GEO Sec) Giovanni Rum (GEO Sec) GEO Work Plan Symposium,
The GEOSS Science & Technology Stakeholder Network – Workshop Goals Michael Nyenhuis Hans-Peter Plag.
GEO Work Plan Symposium 2011 Days 2 & 3 ID-01 Data Sharing.
Progress on the Preparation of the World Climate Conference-3
EUM/SIR/VWG/11/012 WP 2000: Climate SBA 9 October 2011 WP 2000: Climate Societal Benefit Area Robert Husband (EUMETSAT)
Enabling AFRIGEOSS Implementation: leadership, ownership, collaboration Dr Phil Mjwara GEO Co-Chair (African caucus) 1st AFRIGEOSS Symposium 27 April 2016,
NAS Board on Research Data and Information (BRDI) 30 November 2010 Gregory W. Withee Co-Chair, USGEO International Working Group Director, International.
World Meteorological Organization Working together in weather, climate and water WMO OMM WMO Climate & Water Department Side Event I: The Role.
Energy Expert Meeting Aug 06 Contents Who is GEO? What is GEOSS? What is GEO Added-Value? GEO & Energy Management.
Group on Earth Observation (GEO) Ice User Requirements M. Manore Canadian Ice Service.
Plenary Session P4: GEOSS Strategic Targets and Their Alignment to Millennium Development Goals and Global Sustainability Research GEOSS Science and Technology.
Framework for terrestrial climate- related observations (TCF)
The EUGENE project and its contributions to the GEO Ministerial 4th GEO European Projects Workshop 29/30 April 2010.
GEO Work Plan Symposium 2012 ID-01 Advancing the GEOSS Data Sharing Principles.
Preparation of the 2010 GEO Ministerial Summit GEO Science and Technology Committee Preparation of the 2010 GEO Ministerial Summit Gilles OLLIER Head of.
International Cooperation Subgroup (ICSG) International Cooperation Mechanism International Cooperation Subgroup Co-Chairs Patricio Bernal (IOC) Harlan.
© GEO Secretariat Welcome Note on Behalf of GEO S&T Stakeholders Workshop Bonn, Germany 28 August 2012 Barbara J. Ryan Director, GEO Secretariat.
6. Strategic Plan : Implementing GEOSS Validating the way forward: Review of feedback from Plenary.
Report from GEO Post-2015 WG and GEO Ministerial WG D. Brent Smith, NOAA CEOS Representative CEOS SIT-28 Meeting Hampton, Virginia, USA 12 March 2013.
The Use of the Targets by the Institutions & Development Implementation Board in Monitoring the Work Plan Implementation 2nd GEOSS Science and Technology.
© GEO Secretariat GEO WP & 2013 GEO priorities for CEOS Support GEO Secretariat CEOS SIT-28 NASA - Langley March 2013.
FP7* support to GEO activities Update for 5 th GEO ADC Meeting A Edwards Washington, D.C., U.S.A September 2007 * FP7 is the European Community’s.
FOREST EUROPE Preparing the Sixth Ministerial Conference, including a possible legal instrument on forests EFI Annual Conference 15 September 2010, Dresden,
Capacity Building in: GEO Strategic Plan 2016 – 2025 and Work Programme 2016 Andiswa Mlisa GEO Secretariat Workshop on Capacity Building and Developing.
World Climate Research Programme Moving Towards Future WCRP Progress and Plans Ghassem R. Asrar & Antonio J. Busalacchi.
EVENTS LEADING UP TO AND OUTPUTS OF WCC – 3 Filipe Lúcio.
© GEO Secretariat GEO Work Plan 2nd GEOSS Science and Technology Stakeholder Workshop "GEOSS: Supporting Science for the Millennium Development.
© GEO Secretariat Building GEOSS: A Global Earth Observations System of Systems to Inform Decisions and Actions João SOARES Technical Officer GEOSEC Capacity.
GEO Partnerships, Objectives and Activities Roundtable: Strengthening UN Engagement with a Special Focus on the Post-2015 Development Agenda Barbara J.
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