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High quality and secure infrastructure and services meet everyday needs. These are developed and maintained to support the sustainable growth of the region, now and in the future.
There are some services which are foundations of modern society, and their availability and reliability is critical to the whole community. Many of these services have a major impact on health outcomes, quality of life, the ability of the region to effectively serve an increasing population and the economic viability of the region.
Regional foundations is made up of 5 indicators that were selected to measure progress towards the regional foundations community outcome definition (shown above). Please see below for the raw data available over the 2001 to 2010 study period for each of the regional foundations community indicators.
As with the social well-being GPI, the the available indicator data that forms part of the regional foundations community outcome area was used to calculate individual index values for each indicator for each year over the 2001 to 2010 study period. The graph below shows the average of these individual index values, and represents the regional foundations community outcome GPI for the Wellington region from 2001-2010.
The GPI counts crime, pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, natural resource depletion and soil loss, as costs, not gains, to the economy.
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Fresh water is a finite resource, so competing demands for water use must be balanced with maintaining the resource. This indicator is a proxy measure of sustainable water use.
The ratio between water allocation and total water resource in the region.
Last updated 26 July 2012
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