What were the advances in information technology that resulted in new ethical issues necessitating the creation of each act? Your friend does not have much experience with information systems or technology, and needs a basic understanding of the different types of information systems available to businesses. Write a proposal of the types of information systems that would work well for your chosen business, and their benefits and drawbacks. The summary must outline five types of information systems.
Background The EU Forestry Strategy was adopted infollowing a Resolution of the European Parliament calling for the Commission to put forward a proposal for such a strategy and a Communication from the Commission which highlighted the challenges facing the EU forests, the policy and legal framework for forests and forestry in the EU as well as common objectives and guiding principles for the roles of the EU and the Member States in forest policy.
The Forestry Strategy has served as a reference document for i. The Forestry Strategy is related to several EU policies and objectives, in particular: In the Commission adopted a report on the implementation of the EU Forestry Strategy, concluding that the basic principles and elements identified in the EU Forestry Strategy of were still valid.
However, it also observed a need for a more coherent and pro-active approach to forest policy at EU level. The Action Plan provided a framework for the implementation of forest-related actions at Community and Member State level, and it served as an instrument for coordination between different Community actions as well as between Community actions and forest policies of the Member States.
The aim was to support and enhance sustainable forest management SFM and the multifunctional role of forests. The Leading Actors responsible for implementing the plan in were consequently the Commission and the Member States.
As a follow up of the Forest Action Plan, the Commission committed to publish a report about its implementation in In the Commission adopted a Green Paper on Forest Protection and Information - Preparing forests for climate change which set out options for a European Union approach to the protection of forests and to information about forest resources and their condition.
The purpose of the Green Paper was to encourage an EU-wide public debate and to secure views on the future of forest protection and information policy, as well as to provide elements for a possible update of the EU Forestry Strategy on climate related aspects.
The new Forest Strategy is also linked with international forest discussions and, in particular, with the Legally Binding Agreement on forests for which negotiations have been opened in July The need to review the Strategy has been stated in a number of contexts; such as the Council Conclusion on an EU Forest Action Plan that considers necessary an update of the Forestry Strategy to ensure greater coherence of forest-related policies and to reflect the changes in the global, regional and national policy context; the White paper on adaptation to climate change that recommended updating it on climate-related aspects; and the Green Paper on forest protection and information which aimed to provide elements for a possible update of the EU Forestry Strategy on climate related aspects.
The Resolution from the European Parliament about the strategy calls for strengthening it with a view to improving sustainable forest management and conservation, and the recommendations of the mid-term and the ex-post evaluation of the EU Forest Action Plan also mentions the need for updating the strategy.
In April the Commission launched the review process of the Forestry Strategy. The main inputs being considered are the consultation process with Member States and stakeholders including two ad-hoc Working Groups to the Standing Forestry Committee and two workshops with Member States and stakeholders, and the evaluation of the Forest Action Plan carried out by external consultants.
These two evaluations are important inputs for the Forestry Strategy review and have been taken into account for the new Strategy. The mid-term evaluation concluded that the implementation of the plan was on track but that its effectiveness in influencing action in the Member States should be analysed at a later stage as the effects of the EU FAP on its specific goals the four objectives above cannot be expected to show up after only two years of implementation.
For the period postthe evaluation raises the following aspects for consideration: The mid-term evaluation was an important input for the ex-post evaluation.
The ex-post evaluation was based on extensive document reviews, questionnaire surveys and interviews of the Member States, Commission and stakeholder representatives.
The evaluation was carried out by an external evaluation team between November and March The work was guided by a Steering Group composed of Commission representatives from nine different services and was structured under five Evaluation Questions that were formulated for the evaluation: According to the results, the implementation of the EU Forest Action Plan was effective and efficient in the manner that the Action Plan has been largely implemented as defined in its work programme Implementation made use of, for example, studies to investigate forestry related issues, and Standing Forestry Committee ad hoc Working Groups to gather technical expertise on specific topics.
Member State joint statements were defined as Standing Forestry Committee opinions on e. Objective 1 improving the long-term competitiveness of forestry contributed to improved understanding on effects of globalisation on forestry; valuation and marketing of non-wood forest goods and services, and; wood mobilisation for energy generation.
There was a positive impact on research and technological development and forestry measures in rural development.
Objective 2 enhancing and protecting the environment contributed to improved information on climate change and forestry including EU and international commitments and information sharing on biodiversity targets. There were steps taken towards a European forest monitoring system, although the future depends on continued funding and voluntary co-operation by Member States.
Objective 3 contributing to the quality of life shared information between the Member States on environmental education and information; protective functions of forests; and the potential of urban and peri-urban forests.
There is impact on integrating forest protective functions in risk management and prevention initiatives in the EU. Objective 4 fostering coordination and communication strengthened the structure and mechanisms for implementation of the Action Plan, and contributed to investigations on public procurement of wood and wood products as well as on EU forest communication strategy.
There were no specific resources earmarked for the EU FAP, but implementation was based on existing resources e. Some activities found their role more naturally at EU level Objective 1 on economic aspects, Objective 2 on environmental aspects, and Objective 4 on coordination and communicationwhereas other activities were mainly implemented at national or even local levels Objective 3 on socio-cultural aspects, but also e.%A Rohmer, Jean, A., P., L.
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