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Title: Research Data Repositories in Perspective of Climate Change: India to lead The World in Big Data Analytics with G-20 Summit
Authors: Pal, Birender
Singh, Sanjay Kumar
Deka, Prasanta Kumar
Keywords: Climate Change
Data Repositories
Research Data Repositories
Issue Date: 17-Nov-2023
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre, Gandhinagar
Abstract: Background:Climate change is one of the major environmental challenges that have been faced by every nation. Data is the key factor for any nation for its progress. Different data repositories are maintain by different disciplines, organizations or nations. Technology is a boon for dealing with different global problems. Data science if merge with technology can bring a major development in our society. The G20 in its 2023 vision has clearly mentioned about “One Earth One Family One Future” which further expressed its concern towards the global problem related to climate change faced by the nations. The G-20 presidency of India may bring a common platform for countries to store and exchange their data with one policy and technology. Objectives:The study targets to identify different data repositories available in the world on the domain of climate change. The study also targets the data repositories of India. The study refers to identify the strength of G-20 countries on climate change domain data repositories with a proposal for creating a Unified global data repository on the domain. Methods:The method for the study is based on the available data repositories under the Registry of Research data repositories related to climate change. The climate change repositories were identified by following four areas of universe of knowledge. Results:The study found that there are 217 repositories of the 22 nations or unions on climate change domain. Further, the study also found that there are 62 data repositories identified which are created after the cooperation among nations or union. India individually is found to have 11 numbers of data repositories on the domain. Implications:The findings of the study can be applied for mitigating the global challenge faced by the world in terms of climate change by implementing the domain of data science. The study may lead India to serve as a Global leader in mitigating the global problem of climate change through its G-20 Presidency.
Description: 26th International Symposium, ETD 2023, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, 26-28 October, 2023
ISBN: 9789381232125
Appears in Collections:26th International Symposium ETD 2023

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