GEOSS Science and Technology Stakeholder Network

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Recent News and Announcements

Coronavirus Impacts on International Collaboration

Most, if not all, workshops to take place in the next few months have been canceled or postponed. The initatives using the GSTSS web site for collaboration are no exception. In particular, the workshop on Marine Debris scheduled for May 30-31, 2020 in Cascais has been postponed. The IEEE-OES Initiative on Ocean Plastics is currently discussing other collaborative approach to ensure that efforts to address important challenges such as marine debris can continue.

Your Role in Tackling the Pandemic

The story of your role in contributing to the spread of COVID-19 told by the Coronavirus: Video.

GEOSS Science and Technology Stakeholder Network (GSTSN)

A main activity of the GEOSS S&T Stakeholder Network is to provide a link between S&T communities and GEO and to promote GEOSS in S&T communities. The longterm vision is a GEOSS aligned to big challenges and major societal goals. To a large extent these goals are reached by organzing GEOSS S&T Stakeholder Workshops that focus on the societal benefits of Earth observations and facilitate a prioritization of Earth observation based on the information needs to achieve societal goals and targets.

Origin of the GEOSS S&T Stakeholder Network

The GSTSN originated in the EC-funded EGIDA Project. The EGIDA Stakeholder Network initially included the members listed here. A more complete picture of the GEOSS S&T Stakeholders is given here.

Mapping S&T Road Map Activities to Stakeholders

The activities of the GEOSS S&T Stakeholder Network derive from the S&T Road Map. A map of S&T Road Map activities and relevant stakeholder groups is available here.