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This document presents a project proposal with the aim of conducting a forward-looking assessment of the ocean economy to 2030 and beyond, with particular emphasis on the development potential of emerging ocean-based industries.
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The role of space technologies and ICT in the surveillance of major threats
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Monitoring Global Threats: The Contribution of Satellite Technologies
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This symposium will highlight some of the key results from ongoing OECD work on innovative technologies for tackling major societal challenges. Specifically, it draws on a series of five special workshops organised in the first half of 2012 which examined space technologies’ current and future contribution to surveillance and early warning on global threats.
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The Case Study on the Greater Copenhagen Area includes insights on the Greater Copenhagen Area, its current situation and outlook – together with advice from Danish authorities on Danish transport and infrastructure policies and strategies and infrastructure investment over the period to 2020.
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The Mumbai Gateway Area Case Study focuses in large measure on the future opportunities and challenges facing ports in the Mumbai gateway area, which was chosen as a principal target, following discussions with infrastructure experts in India.
This publication provides a summary of the key methodological issues surrounding indicators and statistics on the space sector and the larger space economy.
This publication explores the long-term opportunities and challenges facing major gateway and transport hub infrastructures – ports, airports and major rail corridors – in the coming decades.
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This report looks at whether gateway ports, hubs, and their inland transport connections are up to the demanding tasks ahead and proposes a set of policy options to enhance their contribution to economic and social development at home and abroad. Herein the main findings of the report.
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This project’s aim was to identify and examine trends in household and family structures over the next two decades and explore the implications of those trends for key policy areas. This overview contains a synthesis of some of the key findings. The full report will be published shortly.