Spatial information infrastructure : what can it possibly mean?
Cook, John (2010) Spatial information infrastructure : what can it possibly mean? In Spatial Information for a Sustainable Queensland, 1 September 2010, Landcentre, Woolloongabba, Queensland. (Unpublished)
Investment begins with imagining that doing something new in the present will lead to a better future. Investment can vary from incidental improvements as safe and beneficial side-effects of current activity through to a more dedicated and riskier disinvestment in current methods of operation and reinvestment in new processes and products. The role of government has an underlying continuity determined by its constitution that authorises a parliament to legislate for peace, order and good government. ‘Good government’ is usually interpreted as improving the living standards of its citizens. The requirements for social order and social cohesion suggest that improvements should be shared fairly by all citizens through all of their lives. Arguably, the need to maintain an individual’s metabolism has a social counterpart in the ‘collective metabolism’ of a sustainable and productive society.
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