Multi-Objective Analysis and the Murray-Darling Basin Plan:

Water Resources Case Study: Ecologically Sustainable Development (“ESD”) ~

A Cornerstone for Conflict Management & Resolution (Posted 11 April 2019)

1.0   Managing and resolving the conflict that exists between competing land use interests over Basin Plan outcomes relates to the effectiveness of the methodology used to achieve ESD outcomes in developing the Basin Plan?

2.0   Multi-objective methodology is a well-accepted procedure that has long been used as a decision-making aid for public-sector environmental and planning issues.

3.0   One view of the multi-objective analysis methodology is that because most public-sector problems involve multiple conflicting objectives — whether in environmental policy, water resources, energy or public health — the opportunity of the methodology for evaluating ESD outcomes is unlimited.


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Multi-Objective Analysis Methodology and Sustainable Development:

Climate Change Case Study (Posted 01 June 2018)

1.0   Multi-objective methodology is a well-accepted procedure that has long been used as a decision-making aid for resolving public-sector environmental and planning issues.

2.0   Environmental problems are invariably sustainable development problems. Action for climate change is a classic sustainable development issue.

3.0   Finding sustainable solutions requires the multiple and competing objectives of sustainable development – ecological, economic, social (including cultural) - to be assessed and balanced, equitably.

4.0   Multi-objective analysis provides a pathway for the Paris Rule Book  to develop a guide for preparing pledges to implement the sustainable development obligation of the Paris Agreement. Climate change is used as a Case Study to outline the process...

 

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