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Survey on the evolution of access to spatial data for environmental purposes

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Survey on the evolution of access to spatial data for environmental purposes
The JRC want to hear your opinion on the cost of non-interoperability
Europe

The Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission is conducting a survey focusing on data interoperability, including enablers and barriers. The objective of the survey is to obtain evidence on how the access and use of spatial data for environmental purposes has evolved over the last decade. Input from this survey will contribute to cross-cutting aspects for the upcoming European data spaces and to try and quantify the cost of lack of interoperability.

The survey is open to any person or organisation that is making use of spatial data for environmental purposes. In particular, practitioners involved in the preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) reports are encouraged to complete the survey.

The survey should take about 15 minutes and will be open until the Friday 31 October 2020.

For additional information on the goals of the study to which the survey will contribute to, explore the European Location Interoperability Solutions for eGovernment ISA2 action (ELISE) dedicated website.

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