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Welcome to EPDI
The overall aim of the EnviroProjects Digital Initiative is to enhance environmental awareness though improved online access and communication of environmental data and information.
Blog EntryWorkshop on Linking Open Data to Accelerate Low-Carbon Development
A one-day workshop on 'Linking Open Data to Accelerate Low-Carbon Development' alongside the 2012 World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi.
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Website Services
EPDI's Website Services are based on the open source Plone content management system, and has also developed a Website Template to reduce time and cost in developing and managing a site.
Geospatial services
Geospatial services currently focus on implementing the open source GeoNetwork Opensource application - a geospatial metadata catalogue and geographic data visualisation platform.
Blog EntryCulturally Closed Geodata - A Barrier to Development (ASM 26 Jan 2012)
The issue of open data, accessible and available, has long been source of discussion for many participants involved in the geomatics and geospatial industry.
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Blog EntryGEO to Keep Unleashing the Power of Open Data Mandate Unanimously Endorsed for Another 10 Years
Geneva, 17 January 2014 – In Geneva today, the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) received unanimous endorsement to unleash the power of open data for a second decade. There was greement to continue building on the organization’s first 10 years of pioneering environmental advances, which are designed to improve the quality of life of people everywhere. Fueled by open data, GEO’s efforts are now evident in most regions of the world. GEO is comprised of 90 member nations, including the European Commission and 77 Participating Organizations.
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Blog EntryTHE AUSTRALIA DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLATFORM (ADMP) - 2013
The University of Melbourne, IBM and NICTA are collaborating on developing completely new IT technologies that represents a step change in the world's ability to manage disasters, save lives and protect communities.
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Blog EntryStarting an Open Access Journal
A step-by-step guide
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Blog EntryScience, data and the public
[The Guardian 20 July 2012]
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Last updated: Jan 16, 2012
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