This guideline is part of the Information and Knowledge Management for Climate Change (IKM4CC) Guidelines. The purpose of the Guidelines is to help government departments, and other agencies and organisations that deal with issues related to climate change in the Pacific region, to implement good practices for managing information. They have been developed in consultation with representatives from government departments, NGOs and regional organisations based in the Pacific.
This guideline provides an overview of the “information lifecycle” and gives summary advice on recommended information and knowledge management practices associated with each step. It directs readers to more detailed information provided as part of the IKM4CC Guidelines, as well as other relevant online resources.
The Guidelines were produced by the Griffith University Pacific iCLIM Project. Griffith University was funded by the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade initiative Government Partnerships for Development Program to support SPREP in implementing a regional approach to climate change data and information management throughout the Pacific.
The complete set of Guidelines can be viewed here.
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Griffith University and SPREP 2016, Information and Knowledge Management for Climate Change (IKM4CC) Guideline 1: Summary of Key Tasks and Recommended Practices. Griffith University, Brisbane.
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