ICT-ENSURE Information System on Research Programmes in the Field of ICT for Environmental Sustainability

ICT-ENSURE Information System on Research Programmes in the Field of ICT for Environmental Sustainability ICT-ENSURE Information System on Research Programmes in the Field of ICT for Environmental Sustainability European Commission: ICT for Sustainable Growth European Commission CORDIS Seventh Framework Programme KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Graz University of Technology, Knowledge Management Institute International Society for Environmental Protection
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Focal Topic
Natural Resources

This focal topic comprises:
Sustainability Fields: 1.2 - Natural Resources ;

Programmes assigned to this field

KEWA Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen)
KEWA R&D Project Cooperative development of economic applications for the environment, transport, and adjacent fields in new administrative (...)

KEWA R&D Project
Cooperative development of economic applications for the environment, transport, and adjacent fields in new administrative structures.

Phase I – 2005 / 2006, see KEWA I
Phase II – 2006 / 2007, see KEWA II
Phase III – 2007 / 2008, see KEWA III
Phase IV – 2008 / 2009, see KEWA IV
Phase V  - 2009 / 2010, see KEWA V
Phase VI  - 2010 / 2011, see KEWA VI

A modern public administration also has to be economically efficient. The quality of IT use and online supply of administrative services are location factors. Consequently, the Federal Republic of Germany, the federal states, and municipalities have agreed on the pan-German e-government strategy “Deutschland-Online”. The environmental information system Baden-Württemberg has been providing information services relating to the environment on the internet for ten years already. With its portals to environmental and geological expert data of the state, the environmental information system decisively contributes to meeting the requirements outlined in the State Environmental Information Act.

By the further development of the service-oriented architecture to a standardized web service infrastructure, individual selection and access functions are integrated flexibly in environments on the internet and state intranet. Employees of the environmental administration and interested citizens are granted access to web offers specially tailored to these target groups. Knowledge of the local and specific responsibilities of the authorities is not required. In this way, environmental information can be collected specifically via the e-government’s online services.

Together with other customers, Baden-Württemberg started the R&D project KEWA (Cooperative Development of Economic Applications for the Environment and Transport in New Administrative Structures) in 2005.

 Quelle: R. Mayer-Föll, A. Keitel, W. Geiger (Hrsg.); F+E-Vorhaben KEWA, Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendung für Umwelt und Verkehr in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase I 2005/06, Wissenschaftliche Berichte FZKA 7250, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH.

Dokument: kewa1-gesamt-druck.pdf
URL:  http://www.fachdokumente.lubw.baden-wuerttemberg.de

Germany Details
KEWA I Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment and Transport in New Administrative Structures (Phase I) (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt und Verkehr in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase I)
see superordinate programme KEWA (...)
see superordinate programme KEWA
Germany Details
KEWA II Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Phase II) (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase II)
see superordinate programme KEWA (...)
see superordinate programme KEWA
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KEWA III Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Phase III) (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase III)
see superordinate programme KEWA (...)
see superordinate programme KEWA
Germany Details
KEWA IV Cooperative Development of Economical Applications for the Environment, Transport and Adjacent Fields in New Administrative Structures (Phase IV) (Kooperative Entwicklung wirtschaftlicher Anwendungen für Umwelt, Verkehr und benachbarte Bereiche in neuen Verwaltungsstrukturen, Phase IV)
see superordinate programme KEWA (...)
see superordinate programme KEWA
Germany Details
RPV MZe Research programme in the Agricultural Sector (Výzkum v agrárním komplexu)
The research programme for the period 2010-2014 in the Agricultural Sector was called by the  Ministry of Agriculture of the (...)
The research programme for the period 2010-2014 in the Agricultural Sector was called by the  Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic (MZe).
The MZe research programme (RPV MZe) objective is to ensure the research in the agricultural sector . The research will be carried out according to the rules of the Joint agricultural policy of the EU for realization of the national policy of the Czech Republic through results of R&D projects supplementing the National research program II in the sense of the considerate function of the agricultural sector with exploitation of effective innovation processes and methods.
The programme is structured into 2 subprogrammes :
1. Sustainable development in agricultural sector
2. Rural development through sustainable maintanance of the natural resources
Czech Republic Details
GLOWA Global Change and the Hydrological Cycle (Globaler Wandel des Wasserkreislaufs)
Global Change Research is done with the objective of revealing to politics, industry and society the causes of the global pattern changes observed (...)
Global Change Research is done with the objective of revealing to politics, industry and society the causes of the global pattern changes observed and the interactions involved, the extent to which the natural variability of global environmental phenomena is influenced by humankind, the extent to which changes can be forecasted, and the implications of these changes for social systems, in particular with regard to the aim of sustainable development. Because global environmental changes alter the current and future living conditions of people, there is an increasing need to shift this research towards more direct practical applications in order to help to provide answers to the questions raised by stakeholders and decision-makers. As a major contribution to this effort the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has launched the program GLOWA. GLOWA is embedded in the BMBF research framework program on research for sustainability.
GLOWA focuses on the problem of water availability. The medium and long-term availability of water is not only called into question by the continuous growth of the world population and in some areas by the excessive use of water resources, but is also increasingly influenced by global environmental changes. The aim of GLOWA is to develop simulation-tools and instruments which will allow to develop and to realize strategies for sustainable and future-oriented water management at regional level (river basins of approx. 100.000 km²), while taking into account global environmental changes and socioeconomic framework conditions.
Germany Details
UPB Environmental Probe Database of the German Federation (Umweltprobenbank des Bundes)
Aufgaben und Ziele Im Rahmen der Umweltprobenbank werden systematisch Umweltproben aus repräsentativen Ökosystemen der Bundesrepublik (...)

Aufgaben und Ziele

Im Rahmen der Umweltprobenbank werden systematisch Umweltproben aus repräsentativen Ökosystemen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland gewonnen, charakterisiert und bei Temperaturen unter minus 150° C so gelagert, dass sich die chemische Zusammensetzung ihrer Inhaltsstoffe über Jahrzehnte nicht verändert.

Zur Gewährleistung des hohen wissenschaftlichen Anspruchs an die Umweltprobenbank wurden während der Aufbauphase vorrangig folgende Aufgaben bearbeitet:

 

Die Belegproben der Umweltprobenbank sollen insbesondere für folgende Aufgaben genutzt werden:

  • Kontinuierliche Überwachung der Konzentration gegenwärtig bereits bekannter Schadstoffe durch systematische Charakterisierung (Monitoring) der gewonnenen Proben vor ihrer Archivierung;
  • Trendaussagen über lokale, regionale und globale Entwicklungen der Schadstoffbelastungen auf der Grundlage authentischen Materials aus der Vergangenheit (Trend- und ökotoxikologische Aussagen);
  • Bestimmung der Konzentration von Stoffen, die zur Zeit der Einlagerung (Sicherung) noch nicht als Schadstoffe erkannt waren oder nicht mit ausreichender Genauigkeit analysiert werden konnten (retrospektives Monitoring);
  • Überprüfung früher ermittelter Monitoring-Ergebnisse;
  • Anwendung standardisierter Methodenbeschreibungen (Standardarbeitsanweisungen) für Probentransport, -aufarbeitung, -charakterisierung und -lagerung als notwendige Voraussetzung zur Gewinnung vergleichbarer Ergebnisse;
  • Verwendung als Referenzproben zur Dokumentation der analytischen Leistungsverbesserung.
Germany Details
FREE Flood Risk and Extreme Events (Flood Risk and Extreme Events)
Flood Risk from Extreme Events (FREE) is research to predict floods minutes to weeks and seasons to decades ahead. The programme uses environmental (...)
Flood Risk from Extreme Events (FREE) is research to predict floods minutes to weeks and seasons to decades ahead.
The programme uses environmental science to investigate the physical processes involved in generating extreme events, so they can be better forecasted.
Climate change will probably bring more frequent and intense storms to the UK, in turn bringing more floods. At present, flood damage costs the UK about ú1bn each year. So it's essential we improve our ability to forecast, quantify and manage flood risks, and mitigate the effects of climate variability and change, if we're to maintain a sustainable economy. Sound environmental science must underpin our efforts.
United Kingdom Details
FloodRisk FloodRisk (Flutrisiko)
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Projects assigned to this field

WaterFrame WaterFrame: Cooperative Development of Waters Information Systems in Baden-Württemberg, Thüringen and Bayern (WaterFrame: Kooperative Entwicklung von Gewässerinformationssystemen in Baden-Württemberg, Thüringen und Bayern)
Implementation of the European Water Framework Directive is a joint task of the water management administrations. It can only be managed when (...)
Implementation of the European Water Framework Directive is a joint task of the water management administrations. It can only be managed when environmental authorities on all administrative levels cooperate closely. The Water Framework Directive generally is considered one of the most ambitious projects of European environmental legislation. It is the major driver of the further development of water information systems. It is the objective of the Water Framework Directive to protect all water bodies in Europe according to a uniform standard.

Source: kewa2-iitb-wf.pdf  (http://www.fachdokumente.lubw.baden-wuerttemberg.de)
Germany Details
BodenseeOnline BodenseeOnline - Online Information System for the Management of Lakes using the Example of Lake of Constance (BodenseeOnline - Online Informationssystem für das Management von Seen am Beispiel des Bodensees)
With Lake Constance being used as an example (Upper Lake, i.e. main basin and Lake Überlingen), an online information system is being developed for (...)
With Lake Constance being used as an example (Upper Lake, i.e. main basin and Lake Überlingen), an online information system is being developed for the management of lakes and for the support of water management decisions relating to integrated water protection and accident prevention. The online information system describes, quantifies, and predicts anthropogenic impacts with the help of numerical models.

Source: http://www.bodenseeonline.de/

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ÖGIS Austrian Health Information System (Österreichisches Gesundheitsinformationssystem)
In Austria the "Österreichische Bundesinstitut für Gesundheitswesen (ÖBIG)" started to es-tablish an „Environment Geographical Information System (...)

In Austria the "Österreichische Bundesinstitut für Gesundheitswesen (ÖBIG)" started to es-tablish an „Environment Geographical Information System (UGIS)" in 1991 in charge of the Austrian Ministry of Health (BMG). The main goal of UGIS (since 1999 renewed to "Austrian Health Information System", ÖGIS) is to collect and organize data on health and environment in order to provide quick replies to questions of the Ministry of Health. The system should be an easily and quickly accessible information tool regarding health and environment in Aus-tria. ÖBIG is collecting data from different authorities like Statistic Austria, provincial govern-ments, social insurances agencies, Ministry of Health, Austrian Medical Association etc..

Austria Details
APHAIS Air Pollution and Health: A European Information System
Apheis (Air Pollution and Health: A European Information System) released the latest findings in its ongoing assessment of the impact of particulate (...)
Apheis (Air Pollution and Health: A European Information System) released the latest findings in its ongoing assessment of the impact of particulate air pollution on health in 26 cities in 12 European countries.  The new evidence provided by the third phase of the Apheis programme confirmed the finding of Apheis-2 that air pollution continues to pose a significant threat to public health in urban environments in Europe.
Spain Details
SPII1A0/45/07 Complex interaction between natural processes and industry with regards to major accident prevention (Komplexní interakce mezi přírodními ději a průmyslem s ohledem na prevenci závažných havárií a krizové řízení)
The project is implemented within the frame of the Research Programme Ministry of Environment for years 2007-2011. The goal of the Research Programme (...)
The project is implemented within the frame of the Research Programme Ministry of Environment for years 2007-2011. The goal of the Research Programme Ministry of Environment is to ensure protection of the environment by means of sustainable use of sources, on the basis of improving the quality of knowledge on interactions of biosphere, ecosystems, and human activities, in particular on the territory of the Czech Republic. The emphasis is put on predicting climate changes, on instruments and technologies for monitoring, prevention, and mitigation of environmental pressures and risks including health risks, as well as on protection of natural and artificial environment.
Czech Republic Details
ETF7510 Occurence of extreme precipitation and drought in changing climatic conditions in Estonia: reasons of their formation, predictability, and their consequences of water regime of inland water bodies and on living nature
Global climate warming is clearly expressed in Estonia during the last decades. Mean surface air temperature has significantly increased, especially (...)
Global climate warming is clearly expressed in Estonia during the last decades. Mean surface air temperature has significantly increased, especially in winter and spring. Duration of snow cover and sea ice has remarkable decreased, the start of plant phenological phases in spring has shifted earlier by ca two weeks. Cyclonic activity has intensified and storminess has increased in winter season. Changes in precipitation regime are more unclear and they have been less studied. Extreme precipitations and droughts are one of the main climate risks in Estonia. The objective of this project proposal is to study this problem in more details.
(Estonian Research IS)
Estonia Details
SiReNa Sistema Informativo Regionale ENergia Ambiente (Sistema Informativo Regionale ENergia Ambiente)
SIRENA is the Regional Informative System for Environment and Energy for monitoring the safety, efficiency and sustainability of regional energy (...)
SIRENA is the Regional Informative System for Environment and Energy for monitoring the safety, efficiency and sustainability of regional energy system of Lombardy.
SIRENA was founded in 2007 with the specific aim of monitoring fuel consumption and production and transmission / distribution of electricity in Lombardy, parameters critical to the competitiveness and environmental sustainability. With this objective, ensuring a high degree of updating information and communication in full transparency with an innovative service on web, the system provides all the information that, at different territorial levels and compared with other areas of interest, allow to delineate the energy dynamics of Lombardy.
Sirena is produced and managed on behalf of the Lombardy Region, from Cestec spa.

 

Italy Details
INLOES Non-linear interactions of oceanic scales with the Earth Simulator (Etude des interactions non-linéaires des échelles océaniques grâce au Earth Simulator)
Non-linear interactions of oceanic scales with the Earth Simulator (...)
Non-linear interactions of oceanic scales with the Earth Simulator
France Details
MICAS Modeling and Intensive Computation for Aquifer Simulations (Modeling and Intensive Computation for Aquifer Simulations)
The MICAS project "Modelling and Intensive Computation for Aquifer Simulations" deals with the use of high performance computing for understanding (...)

The MICAS project "Modelling and Intensive Computation for Aquifer Simulations" deals with the use of high performance computing for understanding hydraulic properties of heterogeneous media and for modelling aquifers. It contributes to the debate about macro-dispersion, interpretation of drawdown signals, interactions between rock and fractures. 

France Details
PREVASSEMBLE Ensemble Methods for Assimilation of Observations and for Prevision in Meteorology and Oceanography (Méthodes d'Ensemble pour l'Assimilation des Observations et la Prévision en Météorologie et Océanographie)
Forecasting and Data assimilation for Meteorological and Oceanographical Observations (...)
Forecasting and Data assimilation for Meteorological and Oceanographical Observations
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