Int. Roundtable on Transboundary Waters Management, 15-16.12.2011, Dejan Lekic

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Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS)
International Roundtable on Protection and Sustainable Use of Trans-boundary Waters in South East Europe, 15-16 December 2011, Zagreb, Croatia

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Int. Roundtable on Transboundary Waters Management, 15-16.12.2011, Dejan Lekic

  1. 1. Serbian Environmental Protection Agency Shared Environmental Information f ti System Dejan Lekic EEA NFP Serbia
  2. 2. Water Air MONITORINGSoil Emissions Waste
  3. 3. Information Data INFORMATION SYSTEM Knowledge Water Air MONITORINGSoil Emissions Waste
  4. 4. Information Data INFORMATION SYSTEM Knowledge Local National i l EUROPE Water Air Regional MONITORINGSoil Emissions Waste
  5. 5. Information Data INFORMATION SYSTEMEIONET SERIS Knowledge EEA PDFSOER AoA CSI Local National i l EUROPE Water Air Regional MONITORINGSoil Emissions Waste
  6. 6. Information Data INFORMATION SYSTEMEIONET SERIS Knowledge EEA PDFSOER AoA CSI Local National i l EUROPE Water Air Regional MONITORINGSoil Emissions Waste
  7. 7. Problems :- Fragmentation of reporting systems- Shortcomings in relation to timeliness availability timeliness, availability,reliability, relevance of information- Lack of ability to turn data into policy-relevantinformation- Underexploited opportunities offered by moderntechnologies- Many initiatives and processes in the right direction,but inadequate co ordination co-ordination
  8. 8. SEISTo iT improve the collection, exchange and use of th ll ti h d fenvironmental data and information across Europe, theEuropean Commission p p p proposed a solution through its gFebruary 2008 Communication entitled ‘Towards a SharedEnvironmental Information System (SEIS)’. SEIS aims tocreate an integrated web enabled EU wide web-enabled, EU-wideenvironmental information system, by simplifying andmodernizing existing information systems and processes.EEA is a leading proponent of SEIS, plays a crucial role inthe collection and provision of environmental informationand manages or participates in many ongoing Europeaninitiatives contributing to the implementation of SEISprinciples.
  9. 9. Information should be:- managed as close as possible t it source; d l ibl to its- collected once, and shared with others for manypurposes;- readily available to easily fulfil reporting obligations;- easily accessible to all users users.- accessible to enable comparisons at the appropriategeographical scale, and citizen participation;- fully available to the general public, and at the nationallevel in the relevant national language(s). g g ( )- Supported through common, free open softwarestandards
  10. 10. SEIS Conceptual Framework Natural resources tegerated prod. ange imate Cha d odiversity y Lan use rests aste ater nd il For Wa Wa Bio Soi Int Air r Cli ... Data and information Data and information servicesReportnet, ICT, EEA SDI, Inspire, GMES,... Networking, Eionet, Group of 4, EPAs, ENP EPAs ENP, agreements
  11. 11. Sharing European and National State of the Environment Information (SENSE - SOER)
  12. 12. Supporting a regular assessment and reporting process
  13. 13. Streamlining environmental indicators Improving National Reporting
  14. 14. Water WatchNoise WatchN i W hAir Watch...WISEBISEOzone WebGMES....
  15. 15. Benefits of SEIS• Increased flexibility and greater use of data – More efficient trans-boundary analyses• Simplification and efficiency – Streamlining of data flows – Reduction in administrative burden and costs• Better regulation, better policy – More consistent and integrated input• Empowering citizens – Widespread availability of information• Boosting innovation and intelligent e-Services g g – eGovernment, eEnvironment

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