Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

SC2 Workshop 2: GODAN Action Project


Published on

Sander Janssen presentation during the Big Data Europe SC2 Policy Advisory Workshop, Brussels, 30/09/2016

Published in: Data & Analytics
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

SC2 Workshop 2: GODAN Action Project

  1. 1. Sander Janssen, Coordinator GODAN Action
  2. 2. Outline • Mission & Activities • Set up • Call to Action: – Thematic topics – Personas – Map of standards
  3. 3. Mission Stakeholders benefit from improved and more effective use of open data for agriculture and nutrition by engaging with it in a practical and knowledgeable manner
  4. 4. Activities • Improved interoperability of data through providing improved standards and innovative services. • by providing examples of improved tools for impact assessment, as well as by analysing barriers that hinder the full potential of open data initiatives and investments • The development of tailored training courses will increase the capacity of stakeholders on how to use and handle open data
  5. 5. Approach • End user focus and adaptive development • Knowledge chain from data to products • Innovation: the act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth. 5
  6. 6. Set up
  7. 7. Open data as a solution • Support to land data sharing: Localization and contextualized of relevant shared data sets to specific conditions • Support to CAADP: Building capacities with data and data journalism, civil society • Global Nutrition report: Data interoperability for searching in support of the report • Climate and weather data: open data as a catalyst for business development and capacity development • Genetic Resources: Sharing lessons learned across communities • Food Safety: Open data and information crucial to evaluate risks 7
  8. 8. Stakeholder needs assessment • Scoping methodology for thematic topics – Audience/actors/beneficiarie s – Expected impacts – Link to global goals – Link to networks – Impact chains
  9. 9. 9 Impact Assessment (IA)  IA as a process to support the preparation of policies  IA as a tool to inform decision makers about potential positive and negative impacts of planned policies  IA as a mechanism to improve the evidence base of decision-making  IA as an instrument to foster policy integration and policy coherence → potential to deliver more sustainable policies LIAISE – Linking Impact Assessment Instruments to Sustainability Expertise
  10. 10. 1 0 Objectives of LIAISE  To identify and bridge the existing operational gaps between researchers and policy makers,  in order to improve the quality of IA and the application IA tools,  resulting in enhanced effectiveness and efficiency in decision making and more sustainable policies LIAISE – Linking Impact Assessment Instruments to Sustainability Expertise
  11. 11. LIAISE Kit:
  12. 12. Back office: Enrichment of LIAISE KIT data Current: Integration in web of data: Example of EEA datasets Future: Natural Language Questions: E.g.: What model could I use to assess critical load exceedance of air pollutant depositions? External Sparql Endpoint Topic resourceresource Enrichment Process Enriched Ontology Enricher Mapping Table LIAISE KIT Backoffice Web Service LIAISE KIT Frontoffice Impact Area Service LIAISE KIT (Frontoffice) Query LIAISE KIT (Backoffice)
  13. 13. @wurcgi