IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service was
presented in the 4th Digital Belt and Road Conference (DBAR 2019)
to be held 17-19 December, in Shenzhen, China. Digital Belt and
Road Program (DBAR) is a pioneering international venture to share
expertise, knowledge, technologies and data to demonstrate the
significance of Earth observation and Big Earth Data applications
for large-scale sustainable development.
IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service (DRRKS)
team attended the 4th Digital Belt and Road conference
(DBAR 2019) held 17 -19 December 2019, Shenzhen, China.
Professor Wang Juanle, executive director made a presentation
titled “Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service: a paradigm
shift from disaster data towards knowledge services” at the
“Data Sharing Advancing the Implementation of Sustainable
Development Goals (SDG) 17” Session. This presentation
introduced the transformation from data sharing and
information sharing to knowledge services approaches and
practices based on IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service.
Fig 1 Prof. Wang Juanle made a presentation in the conference
DBAR 2019 conference host several specialized sessions
examining the applications of Big Earth Data for sustainable
development in different fields, such as environmental change,
disasters, water resources, agriculture, natural and cultural
heritage, coast and marine, urban and infrastructure, high
mountain and arctic, and the need for Big Earth Data in
solving large-scale regional and global problems.
Conference host experts and participants from wide
variety of public and private entities for improved
partnerships and networking towards collaborative and
collective efforts for regional sustainable development,
through cooperation, sharing and integration of methodologies
and data, and pooling of human and technological resources,
as an example towards global sustainability.
DBAR is an international science program for the sustainable
development of the Belt and Road Region (B&R) using Big Earth
Data. DBAR pursue outstanding research and development questions
relevant to attaining SDGs in B&R countries through a system
of Foci that are categorized into two parts, one centralized
on Big Earth Data, while other eight Foci encompass the social,
environmental and technological aspects of different SDGs and
are relevant to and addresses the sustainable development in
B&R region. DBAR calls for international Science Technology
and Innovation (STI) cooperation in support of SDGs at local,
regional and national levels.
Provided by the IKCEST Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service System