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UN-GGIM: Europe

July 27, 2016

Research Identifies 14 ‘core’ INSPIRE Themes for Global Sustainable Development Goals

The scope of geospatial data extends far beyond environmental, social and economic analysis, a study by UN-GIMM: Europe has found.   Research by the regional committee of experts shows that information about location also plays a key role in implementing policy to help address a wide range of concerns at regional, national and global level.

December 15, 2015

UN-GGIM: Europe is to Lead Work to Determine Global Fundamental Geospatial Data Themes

December 15, 2015 — The mandate to develop this work, which is critical for supporting sustainability, disaster response, land management, and environmental resilience, was given to UN-GGIM: Europe during the 5th Session of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM). It comes as UN-GGIM: Europe adopts its work plan for