Infrastructure Report

In this report, we identify how we might help the public to tell us what they want from future infrastructure. Infrastructure systems are complex and contested, but also essential to wellbeing so we argue that the public has a right to express preferences about desirable infrastructure futures. In this report, we present the findings of workshops exploring new ways to talk about infrastructure, with the aim of providing recommendations for how the public and private sectors can more effectively elicit public perceptions.

Infrastructure Report

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I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about how techniques from decision making under deep uncertainty (DMDU) can help during...

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NOTE: this was written with PhD students in mind but is relevant for any of us whose projects will be...

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At our third evidence session we were incredibly lucky to have three very contrasting perspectives of appraising infrastructure in very...

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Our second evidence session hosted another diverse range of speakers and yet still managed to develop a coherent narrative that...

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MAADM is examining how we can make better decisions to transform infrastructure systems, taking into account deep physical and social uncertainties and crucially the fact that multiple actors must make decisions and interact to deliver system transformation.