Volunteers worldwide carry out massive amounts of field observations. When this information could be collected and shared,  it will form a powerful tool for conservation, research, policy, education and experience.


To share observation data of global biodiversity in past and present, as a source of knowledge for the future. To facilitate observers worldwide through a multilingual, global observation platform, with a species register for all extant species and species groups in the natural environment, flora and fauna wide, and through that platform to share a dataset of validated field data with anyone anywhere in the world. 


The ambition of Observation International is to have the best, most convenient and attractive system, which is highly regarded by field observers and users of these data, which is used maximally. The aim for western Europe is to establish itself within five years to be the most widely used multi-thematic portal, and beyond this region to have at least three partnerships.




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