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Eye on Earth Summit, Abu Dhabi, 2011 Designing a Global Interoperable Information Network Gilberto Eye on Earth Summit, Abu Dhabi, 2011 Designing a Global Interoperable Information Network Gilberto Câmara National Institute for Space Research, Brazil

Framework for environmental information Data collection Archival Sharing Analysis Modelling Decisions Actions Communication Political Framework for environmental information Data collection Archival Sharing Analysis Modelling Decisions Actions Communication Political Economic Social Technical Legal Source: Recommendations for the Technical Design of a Global Interoperable Information Network

Framework for environmental information Data collection Archival Sharing Analysis Modelling Decisions Actions Communication Political Framework for environmental information Data collection Archival Sharing Analysis Modelling Decisions Actions Communication Political Economic Social Technical How hard is to carry out this vision? Legal

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http: //www. corm Standards Data clouds Social Best practices What’s missing? What should be http: //www. corm Standards Data clouds Social Best practices What’s missing? What should be done first?

Data (we need a lot of it) Deforestation in Brazilian Amazonia (1988 -2011) dropped Data (we need a lot of it) Deforestation in Brazilian Amazonia (1988 -2011) dropped from 27, 000 km 2 to 6, 200 km 2

How much it takes to survey Amazonia? 116 -112 30 Tb of data 500. How much it takes to survey Amazonia? 116 -112 30 Tb of data 500. 000 lines of code 150 man/years of software dev 200 man/years of interpreters 116 -113 166 -112

Communicating location is easy Deforestation hotspots in Amazonia Communicating location is easy Deforestation hotspots in Amazonia

Weather 11, 000 land stations (3000 automated) 900 radiosondes, 3000 aircraft 6000 ships, 1300 Weather 11, 000 land stations (3000 automated) 900 radiosondes, 3000 aircraft 6000 ships, 1300 buoys 5 polar, 6 geostationary satellites Communicating about data is feasible source: WMO

Communicating concepts is hard vulnerability? climate change? poverty? Image source: WMO Communicating concepts is hard vulnerability? climate change? poverty? Image source: WMO

Communicating concepts is hard We’re bad at representing meaning deforestation? degradation? disturbance? degradation Communicating concepts is hard We’re bad at representing meaning deforestation? degradation? disturbance? degradation

Communicating change is very hard When did the Aral Sea reach the tipping point? Communicating change is very hard When did the Aral Sea reach the tipping point?

Describing events and processes is very hard When did the flood occur? Describing events and processes is very hard When did the flood occur?

A Global, Coordinated, Comprehensive and Sustained System of Observing Systems GEOSS © GEO Secretariat A Global, Coordinated, Comprehensive and Sustained System of Observing Systems GEOSS © GEO Secretariat 14

GEOSS accesses GEO Web Portal searches User searches GEOSS Clearinghouse GEOSS registry accesses registers GEOSS accesses GEO Web Portal searches User searches GEOSS Clearinghouse GEOSS registry accesses registers Offerors references Catalogues

GEOSS accesses GEO Web Portal searches User searches There is not a uniform, consistent GEOSS accesses GEO Web Portal searches User searches There is not a uniform, consistent way that data are registered, stored, and accessed in GEOSS registry Clearinghouse GEOSS (Evaluation Report, 2011) accesses registers Offerors references Catalogues

Growth of Discoverable Resources 10, 000 1, 000 Users could not find data they Growth of Discoverable Resources 10, 000 1, 000 Users could not find data they wanted No incentive to share 100, 000 1, 500 1, 000 500 Data sets Services 191 Systems 141 43 2010 source: R. Shibasaki

Growth of Discoverable Resources 28, 000+ Data sets 10, 000 1, 000 What happened? Growth of Discoverable Resources 28, 000+ Data sets 10, 000 1, 000 What happened? 100, 000 1500+ Services 1, 500 1, 000 500 141 191 43 2010 500+ Systems 2011(Nov. ) source: R. Shibasaki

Growth of Discoverable Resources 28, 000+ Data sets 10, 000 1, 000 100, 000 Growth of Discoverable Resources 28, 000+ Data sets 10, 000 1, 000 100, 000 10, 000 Big space agencies loaded their metadata 1500+ Services 1, 500 1, 000 500 141 191 43 2010 500+ Systems 2011(Nov. ) source: R. Shibasaki

The future: improving GEOSS with brokers catalogue GEOSS Broker catalogue source: R. Shibasaki The future: improving GEOSS with brokers catalogue GEOSS Broker catalogue source: R. Shibasaki

Data democracy = community building through knowledge hubs Data democracy = community building through knowledge hubs

Full and open access to environmental data is indispensable for global sustainable development Full and open access to environmental data is indispensable for global sustainable development

RDC forest surveillance service (Brazilian support thru FAO) RDC forest surveillance service (Brazilian support thru FAO)

Data democracy needs to reach the masses! photo: Yann Arthus Bertrand Data democracy needs to reach the masses! photo: Yann Arthus Bertrand