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The workshop ran four simulations in parallel, each with the same scenario described and presented in the same way.  The key objective of these simulations was: To identify what issues, events, behaviours, responses, etc. the participants perceive as being uncertain in the scenario  and whether these are broadly common across groups.

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On 27th and 28th February 2018, a workshop was held at the Royal Geographical Society to discuss Analysis under Uncertainty for Decision-makers.  The workshop attracted a broad set of audiences Including defence, water, energy, forestry, engineering sector and academia.

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Together with Atkins, UK Energy Research Centre and the Centre for Environmental Policy (CEP), the Grantham Institute at Imperial College London hosted a workshop in February 2016 exploring tools and frameworks for decision making under risk and uncertainty.

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Atkins and Imperial College sought to discuss with practitioners and academics how game theory tools can facilitate strategic analysis of complex energy and resources management problems for policy makers and the private sector.  The workshop sought to develop UK capacity to better understand Game Theory tools. 

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