Decision-support tools and the indigenous paradigm

@inproceedings{Morgan2006DecisionsupportTA,
  title={Decision-support tools and the indigenous paradigm},
  author={T. Morgan},
  year={2006}
}
Sustainability legislation in New Zealand (NZ) provides an interesting challenge for decision-makers such as planners, architects and engineers. NZ's Action Plan for Sustainable Development requires ‘taking account of the social, economic, environmental and cultural effects of our decisions’. The assessment of sustainability in NZ thus occurs in four dimensions. Internationally, cultural effects are generally considered within the analysis of societal effects. The separate consideration of… Expand

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