(1) Establish and sustain a "Knowledge Commons" where individuals and communities can work and learn together to develop sustainable ways to manage the Earth's natural resources; (2) Facilitate access to information through a public service that will enable participants to own and update the knowledge created by their collective effort through application of EcoPort's procedures; (3) Promote the availability and use of EcoPort's information and procedures as a Global Public Good to provide education to communities and individuals engaged in natural resources management and conservation; and to (4) Make provision to ensure data quality through peer review and to preserve and display individual ownership of shared information.
Environment, IT
7. Nov 2011
10. Nov 2011