Society for Decision Making under Deep Uncertainty annual workshop

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Where to meet?

Oxford Martin School,
34 Broad Street,
Oxford

Do I need to book?

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Summary

This year’s workshop will tackle the challenges of decision making at many different scales from the perspective of deep uncertainty. The theme of multiple scales embraces spatial scales, temporal scales and the governance issues that they create.

Dr. Michal Petr will be presenting a poster about "Application of Action expiration chart approach for protecting oak ecosystems".

Challenges for decision making under deep uncertainty can arise from the interaction between spatial scales including:

Global: including issues of climate change mitigation, resource exploitation, finance and security
National: including macro-economics, infrastructure investment, innovation, social policy and civil protection
Regional and catchment scale: including water resources management and regional economic development
City-scale: including adaptation to climate change, local energy systems, and transportation and mobility.
Challenges for decision making under deep uncertainty can also arise from interaction between temporal scales including:

Short-term and real-time problems, where information is scarce and time for decision making is constrained.
Longer-term policy, planning and investment problems, whose success is contingent upon future changes that are very hard to predict.
 

 

Location

OS Grid ref: SP5158006511
Postcode: OX1 3BD

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