The key deliverables

·         D1.1 Identify of key stakeholders: Provides the critical underpinning to the engagement with stakeholders and decision makers throughout the project

·         D1.2Methodology for assessing baseline legal, institutional and policy assessments and key policy drivers: Provides a baseline understanding of the current and projected policy framework to inform project development

·         D2.1 Assessment of existing work on ES and poverty alleviation specific to the GBM delta:This forms the foundation for the conceptual framework developed in WP2

·         D3.5 Full household dataset and final model: Quantification of the socio-economic conceptual model developed in WP2

·         D4.3Integrated ES & Poverty model comprising a series of linked system dynamic models: Integrated ES & Poverty model based on linking the WP 3& WP5 component models

·         D4.4Scenario outputs: Preliminary modelled scenarios which address WP1 policy issues

·         D5.2Physical and ecological database: A database including metadata of secondary data, including historical data, for model development (Pre WP 4)

·         D5.4 Quantified physical/ecological models: Quantification of the physical and ecological components of the conceptual model developed in WP2 (Pre WP4)

·         D6.5. Framework for an Iterative Learning Loop: Iterative interaction of stakeholders with policy makers via the integrated model in order to explore plausible outcomes of policy interventions and co-develop appropriate solutions

Three Fast Track Outputs (within 12 months) are as follows: (1) An assessment of the key policy issues concerning ecosystem services and poverty alleviation in coastal Bangladesh (leader: Dundee); (2) A review of the state of coastal Bangladesh with a focus on ecosystem services and poverty alleviation (leader: BUET); (3) A review of the trends in ecosystem services in coastal Bangladesh: A preliminary assessment (leader: Southampton).