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The Role of Participatory Processes in Environmental Governance: The Example of Agricultural GMOs
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The Role of Participatory Processes in Environmental Governance: The Example of Agricultural GMOs

27 Seiten · 4,99 EUR
(Mai 2006)

 
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Summary:

Public and stakeholder participation in decision-making has become ‘common jargon’, driven by recent legislation and international agreements. Substantial experience now exists, largely based on specific, often local, initiatives. However, many fundamental aspects remain inadequately addressed or problematic. Definitions of participation tend to be all-encompassing and conceptual premises are often side-lined. Also, how to scale up these processes and treat their outcomes at the national and international level within the boundaries of current legislation is unclear. The example of the commercialisation of agricultural genetically modified organisms in Europe is used here to explore which participatory processes have been used and the issues they raise in terms of environmental governance, the implications for institutional change, and the type and role of science in decision-making.


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Claudia Carter

1996-1998 am UK Centre for Economic and Environmental Development, Cambridge. 1998-2001 Research Associate im Department of Land Economy an der Universität Cambridge und Manager von drei Europäischen Projekten. Seit 2002 Forscherin im Socio-Economic Research Programme am Macaulay Institute.