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Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
Unep live revised 23 april 2014
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Unep live revised 23 april 2014

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  • 1. What is UNEP Live? An open platform of environmental information designed for global, regional and national data sharing and assessment www.unep.org/uneplive
  • 2. • Provides easy access to environmental data and substantiated knowledge about the state of the environment and emerging issues • Links national, regional and global data to generate insights into sustainable development • Supports networking of existing communities of practice to capture, use, integrate and contextualize data
  • 3. Who is it for? • Government Ministries that collect and provide data and policy makers who use these data • Assessment practitioners • UN audiences and civil society through social media and other channels
  • 4. Regarding assessments (national assessments, Global Environment Outlook)… • About doing what we have always done more effectively, efficiently and dynamically • Reduce effort required to collect and compile data for each report • Update data as it becomes available • Greater coherence — “collect once, use often” • Update previous reports and focus on trends, rather than developing everything from scratch each time
  • 5. Author & article update information Dynamic charts and tables which are easy to update with new information
  • 6. “My Country” and State of Environment Reporting Toolkit • My Country: bring together publicly available environmental data and information on a country (held by UNEP, governments and partners) •Capacity building for generation, analysis and use of information to support different processes (e.g., SOER Toolkit)
  • 7. MyCountry Will provide access to: • Country profile • Maps and satellite imagery • Key indicators of environmental performance • Access to data providers • Data toolkits • Links to national website • Links to the latest reports • Latest environmental updates • Options to compare countries
  • 8. Country Profile From a dashboard of indicators, users can select a set and visualize them using different methodologies Countries can be added for comparative analysis Data are drawn from the EDE and supplemented with up-to- date information from the national platform
  • 9. Networking other credible information sources
  • 10. www.uneplive.org

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