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The Digital Earth Summit on Sustainability Auckland, New Zealand (27-30 August 2006):  The Digital Earth Summit on Sustainability Auckland, New Zealand (27-30 August 2006) Digital Earth Summit on Sustainability Steering Committee New Zealand The Digital Earth:  The Digital Earth “Digital Earth is characterised as a virtual representation of the planet, encompassing all its systems and forms, including human societies, manifested as a multi-dimensional, multi-scale, multi-temporal, and multi-layer information facility. The Digital Earth vision incorporates a digitally-formatted Earth, a functionally interfacing metaphor, whereby a corresponding virtual body of knowledge of the real Earth and its digital representation for understanding the Earth and relevant phenomena is accessible to all citizens of the planet via the internet. Digital Earth is compromised of a corresponding set of theoretical, technological, scientific, engineering, and applications systems, which are fully integrated as necessary to provide a framework to support national and international cooperation for global sustainable development, and a newly-growing point of economic growth and social well-being….” From Bylaws of International Society for Digital Earth 20 May 2006 Technology Challenges:  Technology Challenges Representation To find ways to express the infinite complexity of the geographical world in the binary alphabet and limited capacity of a digital computer and dynamism Content To find ways of summarizing, modeling, and visualizing the differences between a digital representation and real phenomena Cognition ‘Socializing the Pixels’ To achieve smooth transition between cognitive and computational representations and manipulations of geographic information Simulation To create simulations of geographic phenomena in a digital computer that are indistinguishable from their real counterparts Assessment To bridge local and global scales and enable meaningful assessment of information pertaining to sustainability of places. 1. Establish Working Groups:  1. Establish Working Groups a) Representation We recognise the need for a Digital Earth Reference Model (DERM) that provides the unifying frame work for integration of all Earth data in a common open standard The Purpose of the DERM is to permit development of systems to promote Evidence-based decision making for sustainability within the context of Digital Earth 1. Establish Working Groups:  1. Establish Working Groups b) Content We recognise the need for accessibility, affordability, and confidence of information within the framework of Digital Earth This working group will explore ways of meeting the challenges necessary to ensure quality and and sustainability of information 1. Establish Working Groups:  1. Establish Working Groups c) Cognition We recognise the need for achieve smooth transition between cognitive and computational representations and manipulations of geographically referenced information The purpose of this working group is to establish a model for stewardship, and sustainable management of information and knowledge in a Digital Earth Context. 1. Establish Working Groups:  1. Establish Working Groups D) Simulation We recognise the need for advancing the ability to model real world phenomena within the framework of Digital Earth The Earth Simulator invites New Zealand to collaborate in simulations to advance Digital Earth in New Zealand. Particularly in Urban Design, Seismic, Marine systems, climate chemistry, and atmospherics. This could be advanced towards establishing a node for the Earth Simulator in Auckland. 1. Establish Working Groups:  1. Establish Working Groups E) Assessment There is a need to advance Sustainability towards becoming a more measured science to enable feedback and monitoring. Through the Digital Earth, sustainability will be advanced into an empirical science. 2. Digital Auckland:  2. Digital Auckland By Sept 1 2010 Accessible and Affordable Broadband (remove the Digital Divide) - WIFI (wireless) project focused on the CBD and CBD fringe - MUSH network (connecting municipalities, universities, schools and hospitals, focussed on the CBD and isthmus) - laying council ducting when doing future road works - micro-technology to deploy fibre networks High performance Broadband Infrastructure Digital Earth Portals 3. Digital Universe:  3. Digital Universe Accept the challenge to become the home for the Digital Universe HQ 4. Summit:  4. Summit New Zealand accepts the leadership for Digital Earth Secure this leadership by promoting a series of Digital Earth Summits on Sustainability 3-5th September 2007 5. Safari to San Francisco:  5. Safari to San Francisco New Zealand Youth Voice accepts the leadership for Now Generation New Zealand Summit sets foundation for ISDE 5 More music, dance, and art Linked in communities from around the globe 5. Safari to San Francisco:  5. Safari to San Francisco Supercomputer network support Growing DE nodes represented Establish the Digital Earth Exchange (DEX) New International Journal for Digital Earth Trade magazine dedicated Digital Earth section 5. Safari to San Francisco:  5. Safari to San Francisco Establish student scholarships with tessellation engines Establish student competitions for DE applications Awards and recognition of the best and the brightest works Slide15:  Thanks for your time and energy Slide16:  Guff follows 1940 - Buckminster Fuller:  1940 - Buckminster Fuller "With the Geoscope humanity would be able to recognize formerly invisible patterns and thereby to forecast and plan in vastly greater magnitude than heretofore. The consequences of various world plans could be computed and projected, using the accumulated history.“ – Buckminster Fuller, 1940 "Geoscope" was a tool for planning and stewardship 1940 - Buckminster Fuller:  1940 - Buckminster Fuller Geoscope at University of Minnesota, School of Architecture, 1954. Fuller in foreground Fuller's “Geoscope” was envisioned as the first interactive geo-environment 1998 - US Vice President Al Gore:  1998 - US Vice President Al Gore Vice President Gore's vision to create a "Digital Earth" will enable people to explore our planet in its infinite variety. 1998 - US Vice President Al Gore:  1998 - US Vice President Al Gore No effective connection (interoperability) between the many data sets required to easily and effectively accomplish these scenarios. “We have islands of opportunity amidst oceans of information chaos.” No common vision (information technology leadership) to activate cooperation among the many elements of the technology base and the national and international community. “We have landed on the moon, we must now understand our footing on Earth.” Low awareness and little accessibility (easy user interface) by the “common person” to the vast information resources about our planet and its people. “Even rocket scientists find complex applications involving multiple data sets daunting.” Vice President Al Gore 1998 An International “Collaboratory”..:  An International “Collaboratory”.. Education Transportation City Planning Natural Resources Atlanta, Heat Island Experiment Teacher and student empowerment, GLOBE Formative assessment (asTTle) Baltimore, Lyme Disease Study Agriculture Precision Farming Infrastructure Planning, Congestion management Migration, Global Warming, sensor web Climate Change Disaster Management Extreme Weather, Tsunami, Earthquake, Avalanche, Pandemic, Terrorism 1999 - China Vice Premiere Li Lanqing :  1999 - China Vice Premiere Li Lanqing “…The urgent needs of social development in China will be the biggest impetus for creating "Digital Earth”…As the world's largest developing country, China must play an important role in global sustainable growth. The "Digital Earth" will help promote sustainable growth in China and in turn contribute to the world's sustainable development …China will expand cooperation with the countries of the world to play an active role in introducing the concept of "Digital Earth," sharing information resources, and creating a digital world”. China’s Vice-Premier Li Lanqing on November 29 1999 addressing the world's first Symposium on Digital Earth in Beijing 2000 – Bush defeats Gore:  2000 – Bush defeats Gore “Digital Earth’s US funding rapidly axed by new Bush Administration” Not Digital Earth 2002 - Japan’s Earth Simulator:  2002 - Japan’s Earth Simulator The 7.2 billion yen Earth Simulator was the worlds most powerful computer when it was turned on in 2002. Devoted to mirroring the Earth by holistic simulations of global climate in both the atmosphere and the oceans down to a precision of 10 km. The Earth Simulator’s 62 super computers are capable of 35.86 trillion (35,860,000,000,000) floating-point calculations per second, or 35.86 TFLOPS. The Digital Earth Data is stored on 700 terabytes of disk drives. Prof. Tetsuya Sato, Director General ESC Time Magazines ‘Invention of 2002’ 2004 -Millennium Ecosystem Assessment:  2004 -Millennium Ecosystem Assessment “The development of Digital Earth will significantly contribute to global sustainable development, and better bridge the scales from global to local for assessment of environment and other related subjects.” Prof. Guo Huadong, Dep. Sec General Chinese Academy of Sciences – address entitled Digital Earth: “Bridging the Scales from Global to Local for Sustainable Development” International Movement:  International Movement 1998 - Vice President Gore gives Digital Earth speech in Los Angeles 1999 – US creates Digital Earth Working Group 1999 – 1st International Symposium, CAS, Beijing, China 2000 – 1st Visualization Demonstrations, Reston, VA 2001 – 2nd International Symposium, New Brunswick, Canada 2002 – 1st International 3D Geobrowser Workshop, Beijing, China 2003 – 2nd 3D Geobrowser Workshop, Santa Barbara, CA 2003 – 3rd International Symposium, Brno, Czech Rep. 2005 – 4th International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan 2006 – 1st International Society Board Meeting, Beijing …. 2006 – 1st Digital Earth Summit on Sustainability, Auckland, New Zealand 2007 – 5th International Symposium, San Francisco, USA 2006 – Punctuated emergence:  2006 – Punctuated emergence Nov’05 - Public awaken to technology potentials Launch of Google Earth, others follow… Public awaken to realities of global vulnerability Indian Ocean Tsunami aftermath New Orleans and Katrina Fuel price hikes Global Warming Arctic Climate Change Study warnings Fears of Bird Flu Pandemic Feb’06 – ‘Nature’ features Digital Earth May ‘06 - International Society for Digital Earth Executive Meeting May ‘06 - Al Gore’s film – “An Inconvenient Truth” launched Aug ‘06 Inaugural Digital Earth Summit on Sustainability in NZ Converge a Digital Earth focus on issues of Sustainability Seek one nation to lead as exemplar for prototyping “International Journal for the Digital Earth” to be launched Opening the pathway for Digital Earth to become the next Big Science ISDE:  ISDE Non-political, non-governmental and not-for-profit international organization, principally for promotion of information exchange, science and technology innovation, education, and international collaboration. The purpose of the society is to promote international cooperation on information management and dissemination e.g. in economic and social sustainable development, environmental protection, disaster mitigation, natural resource conservation and enhanced quality of life 2005 –ISDE Established with special decree:  2005 –ISDE Established with special decree Prof. Lu Yongxiang Al Gore Li Lanqing Prof Guo Huadong ISDE Executive Committee:  ISDE Executive Committee Dr Adigun Ade Abiodun Dr Alessandro Annoni Prof. Werner Alpers Prof. Chen Shupeng Dr Fred Campbell Dr He Changchui Prof Ian Dowman Dr Tim Foresman Prof. Hiromichi Fukui Prof. J.L. van Genderen Prof. Mike Goodchild Al Gore Prof. Armin Gruen Prof. Xu Guanhua Dr Mario Hernandez Prof David Rhind Prof. Tetsuya Sato Prof. Jean Sequeira Richard Simpson Prof. John Townshend Dr Peter Woodgate Prof. Chen Yuntai President: Prof. Lu Yongxiang President Chinese Academy of Sciences Vice-Chair of China’s Standing Committee of the National People's Congress Vice Presidents: Dr Marc D’Iorio Dr Milan Koencny Sec. General: Prof. Guo Huandong Prof. Lu Yongxiang 2006 - First Executive Meeting of ISDE:  2006 - First Executive Meeting of ISDE Dr. Milan Konecyn Prof. Lu Yongxiang - President Dr. Marc D’Iorio Prof. Guo Huadong Prof. Werner Alpers Prof. Jean Sequeira Richard Simpson Prof. Armin Gruen Dr Fred Campbell Dr Mario Hernandez Dr. Tim Foresman Prof. Chen Shupeng (recl) Slide33:  Digital Earth and Sustainability ISDE Tokyo Declaration:  ISDE Tokyo Declaration The Tokyo Declaration - 30 March 2005 “… We, the International Society for Digital Earth, have agreed to conduct a special Digital Earth Summit on the Foundations for Sustainability to be held in Auckland, New Zealand during 2006 to bring together the world’s intellectual leaders and international advocates to advance our collective understanding of this important topic and its relationship and role in furthering the goals and focus of the Digital Earth community….” 2005 – An exemplar is needed:  2005 – An exemplar is needed An isolated nation must serve as a think tank and exemplar for Digital Earth “Digital Earth must define the robust framework necessary for sustainability to evolve into an empirical science practiced by all The Digital Earth will be realised only when it enables a new human right to be created – a right for all people to have access to information pertaining to the sustainability of their own habitats or any other places they may have an interest in. To accelerate this realisation, the DE community must select just one nation to become its global exemplar, and rapidly focus an international collaborator towards achieving this task. It must be a place isolated sharing no land barriers, it demonstrate a diverse geography and high uptake of technology. It must already endorse the principles of sustainability at all levels of government. It must be New Zealand.” Richard Simpson – 4th International Symposium on the Digital Earth – Tokyo March 30 2005, during the bid for Auckland to host the inaugural Digital Earth Summit. NZ’s Challenge as a Global Exemplar:  NZ’s Challenge as a Global Exemplar Health and disease Education and training Risk Assessment Environment and protection Sustainable Development Community Development Food Security Agriculture and soils Land use and land cover International cooperation Capacity building Humanitarian Disaster Management Social Services Transport networks Community dialogues Security and defense E-Governance Meteorology Heritage Museums and public outreach Evacuation planning and management Climate management and prediction Hazard Management Etc. etc. NZ has a unique opportunity for leadership but also faces serious challenges The 4 Well beings:  The 4 Well beings Economic Growth Social Progress Resource Efficiency Product Stewardship Life-Cycle Management Products to Services Clean Air, Water & land Missions Reductions Zero Waste, Releases and Spills Biodiversity Safety & Health Environmental Regulations Global Climate Change Access to Potable Water Crisis Management Environmental Justice Diversity Human Rights Community Outreach Indigenous Communities Labour Relations Job Creation Skills Enhancement Local Economic Impacts Social Investments Business Ethics Security Innovation Capital Efficiency Risk Management Margin Improvement Growth Enhancement Total Shareholder Return Environmental Stewardship Heritage Eco-Heritage Ideas Vernacular Indigenous Cultures Sense of Place Cultural Custodianship Digital Earth & Sustainability:  Digital Earth & Sustainability Assessment Enablement Forecast Two worlds are colliding:  Two worlds are colliding Technology Sustainability Digital Earth is evolving The Sustainability Super-Sense:  The Sustainability Super-Sense Sustainability is about future proofing our notions of civilisation Hieronymus Bosch ca.1450-1516] NZ Summit Steering Committee:  NZ Summit Steering Committee James Chatterley Cr. Christine Caughey Dr Maggie Lawton Carl Chenery Richard Lewis Nick Collins Dorothy Wilson Cr. Richard Simpson Missing: Mark Graham and ‘satellite committee’ – Tim and Joyce Foresman Slide42:  Youth Forum Education Arts International Centre for Sustainable Studies Workshops Sponsorship Marketing Partnerships Keynotes Tradeshow Promotional Events Media DE Summit Steering Committee has met every Thursday morning at 7:30am for 2 hours since May 2005 to plan this significant event. Government Governance Policy NZ Summit Steering Committee The Summit Website:  The Summit Website www.digitalearth.org.nz Key Sponsors to date:  Key Sponsors to date Auckland City Waitakere City Minter Ellison Landcare Research Beacon Pathway Event Dynamics Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) Air NZ SolNet Tourism Auckland Boffa Miskell North Shore City … Digital Earth:  Digital Earth Will define the robust framework necessary for sustainability to become an empirical science practiced by all. Digital Earth & Sustainability:  Digital Earth & Sustainability Assessment Enablement Forecast Access to information pertaining to sustainability of places Summit Outcomes:  Summit Outcomes International Centre for Sustainable Studies ‘Digital Auckland’ – Georeferenced content coupled broadband initiatives ‘Digital New Zealand’ Establish NZ as home base for Biennial International Summits 2nd meeting of executive committee Blueprint for future Digital Earth Summits to embrace arts as well as technology and sciences ie. festival to celebrate place and diversity Input into 5th International Symposium on Digital Earth in San Francisco – June 2007 Digital Earth, Summit on Sustainability 27 August to 30 August 2006:  Digital Earth, Summit on Sustainability 27 August to 30 August 2006 Focus on providing information for better decision making for sustainable development Moving from raw data to knowledge to integrated solutions for a wide range of users Complementing, not competing with other initiatives Contributing to the STAR development in Auckland Digital Earth Ingredients:  Digital Earth Ingredients Raw data, databases, models, decision support systems Massive Computing Power Satellite imagery and geospatial referencing High Speed Broadband networks Compatibility and interoperability Empowered communities with easy access to the best information Opportunity for New Zealand:  Opportunity for New Zealand To be a significant global contributor to information technology development for sustainable development To enhance our own sustainable development and our role as a global contributor to SD Use Digital Earth as a regular forum at which to promote and encourage IT for SD Slide51:  GBIF Vision for Uses of Biodiversity Data Primary data available for all sorts of users Reuse of data, avoidance of duplication of effort Compatibility with other kinds of data (genetic, molecular, geographic, etc.) Alleviation of gaps in knowledge Primary data GLOBE:  GLOBE Schools interconnected throughout the World Collecting and sharing data on their own local environments Databasing information in geospatial format for wide distribution Rural Sector:  Rural Sector Climate, soil/geological and topography databases Remote sensing images and aerial photography Flood, erosion and nutrient risk Farm scale land mapping and GPS for precision farming Soil quality and biodiversity management and effluent disposal Land Use:  Land Use Conservation Production Government Sector Private Sector Resource Management Act Services Sustainability ‘Blotter’ :  Sustainability ‘Blotter’ Economic Environmental Social Cultural Survival Security Social Self Development Maslow Hierarchy of Information Needs 4 Well Beings of Sustainable Development Health and disease Education and training Risk Assessment Environment and protection Sustainable Development Community Development Food Security Agriculture and soils Land use and land cover International cooperation Capacity building Humanitarian Disaster Management Social Services Transport networks Community dialogues Security and defense E-Governance Meteorology Museums and public outreach Congestion charging and road pricing Evacuation planning and management Climate management and prediction Landmine clearance Pandemics Speakers:  Speakers Dr Tim Foresman Prof. Guo Huadong James Kunstler Prof. John Hattie Prof. Peter Hunter Dr Robert Corell Ann Magee Joe Firmage Dr Morgan Williams Richard Simpson Rt Hon. Helen Clark Dick Hubbard Hon. David Cunliffe Sebastian Moffat Prof. Tetsuya Sato Prof. Hans Schreier Prof. Ian Dowman Dr Amory Lovins Prof. John Townshend Dr David Penman Dr Manfred Ehlers And much more… Dr Maggie Lawton Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability Professor Guo Huadong has been working on radar remote sensing since 1981 and has authored definitive books on radar and remote sensing in China. He is a pioneer in Digital Earth research and instituted national and international programs as past director of the Institution for Remote Sensing Applications. He remains a Professor at the Institute of Remote Sensing Applications of the Chinese Academy of Sciences while also serving in the position as Deputy Secretary - General of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for the Bureau of International Cooperation. Prof Guo is the Secretary General of International Steering Committee on International Society for the Digital Earth (ISDE). Prof. Guo Huadong Dep. Secretary General Chinese Academy of Sciences Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability RT Hon Helen Clark Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark was elected Prime Minister of New Zealand on 27 November 1999. Her rise to the top of New Zealand politics is the culmination of almost thirty years of involvement with the Labour Party, and the latest chapter in a remarkable story which began in New Zealand's provincial, conservative heartland. In 1986 Helen Clark was awarded the annual Peace Prize of the Danish Peace Foundation for her work in promoting peace and disarmament. NZ embraces the 4 well beings of sustainability at every level of Government. Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  In November 2005, Rolling Stone Magazine chose Bob Corell as one of the 25 Global Heroes : “Few scientists know as much about how global warming is changing the world as Robert Corell. As chair of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment, Corell oversaw a five-year study by 300 scientists from fifteen countries who studied the effects of climate change in the Arctic. The conclusion: Greenhouse gases are causing the planet to heat up faster than anyone realizes…” Dr Robert Corell, Chair of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability The Wall Street Journal named Dr Amory Lovins one of 28 people world-wide "most likely to change the course of business in the '90s". Newsweek called him "one of the Western world's most influential energy thinkers". As well as co-authoring Natural Capitalism - the Next Industrial Revolution, he has briefed 10 heads of state, held several visiting academic chairs, authored and co-authored 26 books and hundreds of papers and consulted for scores of industries and governments worldwide. Dr. Amory Lovins Co-CEO Rocky Mountain Institute, USA Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability Professor Tetsuya Sato Director General The Earth Simulator Japan Time Magazine – Invention of 2002 “In 1997 a team of Japanese engineers dared to imagine a computer so powerful that it could keep track of everything in the world at once — steaming rain forests in Bolivia, factories in Mexico belching smoke, the jet stream, the Gulf Stream, the works. What's more, they dared to build it. On March 11, 2002, when they turned it on, the engineers did something no mere mortal had ever done before: they created the Earth…" Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability Dr Sebastian Moffat The Sheltair Group, Canada Respected as one of the most influential urban planners in the world today - he has worked on sustainable infrastructure plans for cities in North America and Asia. He recently authored a book for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities: Closing the Loop: A Guide to Green Infrastructure for Canadian Municipalities. He currently represents Canada on the International Energy Agency Annex 31: Energy-Related Environmental Impacts of Buildings, Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  An internationally renown educationalist, his areas of research include item response theory, measurement models and their application to educational problems, meta-analysis, and models of teaching and learning. These methods have been applied successfully in New Zealand’s education system reforms with learning gains catalysed through an innovative assessment tool called asTTle built around Hattie’s research. The same ideas have direct significance to advancing the vision of Digital Earth towards achieving meaningful sustainability assessment. Prof. John Hattie, Professor of Education, University of Auckland Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability Silicon Valley’s “Young Entrepreneur of the Year” award recipient - Joe Firmage was co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of USWeb Corporation, which, under his leadership, became the world’s largest Internet consulting firm. Since 1999, he has sponsored advanced physics research on energy and propulsion technologies through the California Institute for Physics and Astrophysics, and Motion Sciences. He is the founder and CEO of ManyOne and Chairs the Digital Universe Foundation. Joe Firmage CEO, ManyOne Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability:  Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability The Physiome Project is a natural extension of the Human Genome Project, but can also be considered as a sub-set of The Digital Earth or the span between the Human Genome project and Digital Earth. It is a worldwide effort to define the physiome through the development of databases and models which will facilitate the understanding of the integrative function of cells, organs, and organisms. Prof. Peter Hunter Bio-Engineering Inst. University of Auckland Slide66:  27-30 August, 2006 Aotea Centre Auckland New Zealand Digital Earth ’06 Summit on Sustainability WWW.DIGITALEARTH.ORG.NZ

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