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Land Victoria seminar October 28 th , 2004. Benefits resulting directly from Option 1 (PV = 4%) Water savings (@$70/ML/year) 57.1 Commercial land use (based on agriculture) 1.8 Savings in cost of water treatment in Shepparton 1.3

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Land Victoria seminar

October 28th, 2004

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Benefits resulting directly from Option 1 (PV = 4%)

Water savings (@$70/ML/year) 57.1

Commercial land use (based on agriculture) 1.8

Savings in cost of water treatment in Shepparton 1.3

Current management and operation costs avoided 12.5

Total quantified benefits 78.6

Loss of net economic value of recreation activities 4.3

Capital costs of works 13.5

Wetland establishment costs 0.2

Buffer establishment costs 0.7

Wetland and buffer maintenance costs 0.4

Total quantified costs 75.7

Net Present value 2.9

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Option or scenario 1

IRR = 12%

NPV = 2.3 Millions

Option or scenario 2

IRR = 1.3%

NPV = -1.3 Millions

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What regions are the beneficiaries?

Who is going to be affected?

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Research Problem

The lack of a spatial dimension in Cost-Benefit Analysis limits the ability to make policy decisions

Research Objective

To develop a method and associated tools to incorporate a spatial dimension into the policy making process

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Why we want a spatial dimension?

  • To better understand the effects of the project
  • To allow public participation
  • To generate more indicators for decision-making (NVP/population) and support not only economic factors
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DISCUSS:

  • Analysis follows CBA
  • It is not a technical system producing a final results
  • The main objective is to identify effects and regions where discrepancies between stakeholders exist
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Option 1

Return to Winton Swamp

Result Stakeholders(excluding government official)

High Disagreement

Low Disagreement

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Option 1

Return to Winton Swamp

Result Stakeholders(excluding government official)

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Option 1

Return to Winton Swamp

Result Stakeholders(excluding government official)

Positive effect

Negative Effect

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Option 1

Return to Winton Swamp

IRR = 12%

NPV = 2.3 Millions

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Option 1

Option 4

Return to Winton Swamp

Revised operating rules for Lake Mokoan

NPV = 2.3 Millions

NPV = -21.4 Millions

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Option 1

Option 4

Return to Winton Swamp

Revised operating rules for Lake Mokoan

NPV = 2.3 Millions

NPV = -21.4 Millions