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Who are we?
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Where are we now?
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Where do we want to be? (Vision)
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How might our environment change (Trends & Scenarios)?
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Is our vision robust?
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What are our strategic options?
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How do we select & design a strategy?
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How can we best implement our strategy?
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How can we iteratively adapt the vision & strategy?

Process evaluation and monitoring, periodically asking the fundamental questions: where are we now? and where do we want to be?

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D12.1c. Guidelines for Urban Water Strategic Planning - Inspiration from theories & best practices

Dimensions:
Social
Environmental
Economic
Governance
Assets

Social

Objectives: Access to urban water services; Effectively satisfy the current users' needs and expectations; Acceptance and awareness of UWCS;

Environmental

Objectives: Efficient use of water, energy and materials; Minimisation of other environmental impacts;

Economic

Objectives: Ensure economic sustainability of the UWCS;

Governance

Objectives: Public participation; Transparency and accountability; Clearness and measurability of policies; Alignment of city and water resources planning;

Assets

Objectives: Infrastructure reliability, adequacy and resilience; Human capital; Information and knowledge management;

D13.1. Roadmap guideline: A manual to organise transition planning in Urban Water Cycle Systems

Dimensions:
Social
Environmental
Economic
Governance
Assets

Social

Objectives: Access to urban water services; Effectively satisfy the current users' needs and expectations; Acceptance and awareness of UWCS;

Environmental

Objectives: Efficient use of water, energy and materials; Minimisation of other environmental impacts;

Economic

Objectives: Ensure economic sustainability of the UWCS;

Governance

Objectives: Public participation; Transparency and accountability; Clearness and measurability of policies; Alignment of city and water resources planning;

Assets

Objectives: Infrastructure reliability, adequacy and resilience; Human capital; Information and knowledge management;

D54.1. Integrated DS framework 

Dimensions:
Social
Environmental
Economic
Assets

Social

Objectives: Access to urban water services; Effectively satisfy the current users' needs and expectations; Acceptance and awareness of UWCS;

Environmental

Objectives: Efficient use of water, energy and materials; Minimisation of other environmental impacts;

Economic

Objectives: Ensure economic sustainability of the UWCS;

Assets

Objectives: Infrastructure reliability, adequacy and resilience;

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