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In this talk we discuss our experiences implementing multi-stakeholder planning processes using Structured Decision Making as the overall planning framework. We’ll begin by discussing the general methodological requirements for applying SDM in a multi-stakeholder context. Then we present a case study of a water use planning process in British Columbia, highlighting: i) Approaches to structuring objectives and measures, and developing creative alternatives, ii) Application of a multi-method approach trade-off assessments, and iii) Dynamics of the multi-stakeholder process. We conclude with some broad lessons learned.
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