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  • Political Processes and Seastead Systems Architecting

    When the intent is locating a project within a coastal state's EEZ, it is critical to build coalitions early-on. Hosting a Built Environment Innovation Challenge that engages the key marine spatial planning stakeholders particular to the desired locale supports that objective. Start by realizing that politics (particularly within a coastal state's EEZ), not technology, will set limits on what technology is allowed to achieve. Then understand that four questions, the Four Who's, need to be answered as a self consistent set if a system is to succeed; namely who is/are the customer(s), who benefits, who pays, and (as appropriate) who loses.
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