The Dynamic Adaptive Policy Pathways (DAPP) framework supports the development of adaptive planning strategies over time, for uncertain future conditions. The Pathways Generator (PG) develops pathways maps to define the solution space and allow comparison of alternative pathways into the future, via evaluations of costs, benefits and co-benefits. Together, DAPP and the PG have been used for flood risk in Miami, water supply in San Francisco and coastal flooding in Aveiro, Portugal, among others.
Maps ‘solution’ space and path dependency of near and midterm decisions
Elaboration for CRDPs