A policy directed framework for moving from ‘unintended consequences’ to intended co-benefits and explicit trade-offs. Alex Macmillan. Senior Research Associate Complex Built Environment Systems Group (CBES) Bartlett School of Graduate studies . Current framing of policy.
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Single focus policies “unintended” effects
Need for different approaches
Ecosystem consequences’ to intended co-benefits and explicit trade-offs
Alex MacmillanComplex Built Environment Systems GroupUniversity College Londona.email@example.com