Guy Engelen1, Roger White2, Inge Uljee1 and Paul Drazan1
|(1)||RIKS Research Institute for Knowledge Systems, P.O. Box 463, 6200 AL Maastricht, The Netherlands|
|(2)||Memorial University of Newfoundland, A1B 3X9 St. John’s, NF, Canada|
An application to the problem of forecasting the effect of climate change on a small island state suggests that such modelling techniques could help planners and policy makers design more effective policies — policies better tuned both to specific local needs and to overall socio-economic and environmental constraints.