Sustainable pathways 2

Sustainable Pathways 2 (SP2) integrates state-of-the-art research with policy to enable better decisions in integrated planning.  

  • SP2 is a 6-year project 
  • The objective is to develop tools to support integration and consensus building among stakeholders 
  • SP2 will develop tools to map land-use change and its flow-on effects on social, cultural, economic and environmental well-being 
  • The project will provide the Auckland and Wellington regions with scenario tools for transition pathways over the next 30-50 years

The first phase of the mediated modelling has been completed for the Greater Wellington region. A proto type systems dynamic model Greater Wellington Mediated Model is available and the Post-report supporting Action Research and Integrated Assessment for the Wellington Region Mediated Modelling is online. This report details the mediated modelling process, the model building process with stakeholders and the final model produced.

Auckland Council Mediated Modelling Workshops have been held. A proto type system dynamics model that you can run is now at: Auckland Council Mediated Model.

A post-report supporting Action Research and Integrated Assessment for the Auckland Region Mediated Modelling is online. This report details the mediated modelling process, the model buidling process with stakeholders and the final model produced.

The SP2 project is listed with others on the Envirolink Decision Support Systems Directory. This directory contains a range of relevant models and systems that have been developed or used in New Zealand for supporting decision making. The Decision Support Web Directory Final Report (January 2013) is also available. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) about the SP2 project are available to answer your questions.

Further information

For more information, read the project background, frequently asked questions or read the documents below.

 

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