Gove Futures Choice Modelling Project

  • Tremblay, Pascal (Principal Investigator/Chief Investigator A)
  • Boyle, Alicia Melinda (Co Investigator/Chief Investigator B)

Project: Research

Project Details

Description

This project will use a choice modelling methodology to understand the type and level of services and infrastructure that different groups in the community would like to see in Nhulunbuy following the 2030 closure of the Rio Tinto bauxite mine. Instinct and Reason will develop three scenarios for choice models exploring business and service needs for:
•Residents and Nhulunbuy community members
•Businesses, services, government and institutions
Instinct and Reason will analyse the resulting data and produce a final report as well as an online choice modelling decision support tool.
Charles Darwin University will:
•Prepare and submit a low-risk ethics application for the project.
•Identify and map key stakeholders and promote the project in Nhulunbuy via digital and other agreed methods.
•Provide input and feedback on choice modelling tool.
•Undertake one field trip to Nhulunbuy minimum five days duration to recruit participants and deliver the choice modelling survey in community and via email and phone follow up.
•Provide input and feedback on final report.
RAI will coordinate the project and liaise with Northern Territory Government
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date9/10/2330/11/23

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