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UNSD, in collaboration with the UN Cartographic Section, organized the First Preparatory Meeting of the Proposed United Nations Committee on Global Geographic Information Management.

The purpose of the meeting was to discus how to better coordinate the various regional and global activities on geospatial information and the related management issues and to reflect upon what the challenges at the global level are, and how they should be met, in particular with reference to the development and management of national, regional and global geospatial information to support decision-making in an increasingly complex world.

Documentation for the Meeting

  • Minutes for The Preparatory Meeting of the Proposed United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geographic Information Management

By Countries

  • Scoping Paper for the Proposed United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geographic Information Management
    • Prepared by Greg Scott, Geoscience Australia, President PCGIAP
  • Scoping Paper for the Proposed United Nation Committee of Experts on Global Geographic Information Management
    • Prepared by Kazuo KOMAKI, Director General, Geographical Survey Institute, Japan Vice President, PCGIAP

By Organizations

  • Scoping Paper on Global Coordination of Geographic Information Management
    • Prepared by the UN Secretariat
  • View on UN Committee of Experts(UNCoE) on Global SDI proposed by UNSD
    • Prepared by Yoshikazu Fukushima, Secretary General of ISCGM
  • United Nations Committee on Experts on Global Geographic Information Management
    • Scoping Paper
  • Scoping Notes for The Preparatory Meeting of the Proposed United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geographic Information Management, UNSD
    • Prepared by Fraser Taylor, President of ISCGM
  • Scoping Notes for The Preparatory Meeting of the Proposed United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geographic Information Management, UNSD
    • Prepared by Salvemini, GI expert and President of EUROGI

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