Proceedings of Conference. 4th-7th June 2006, Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Abels, G. Forms and functions of participatory technology assessment – or: why should we be more sceptical about public participation?
Agüera-Cabo, M.A. Learning from women’s grassroots activism: gender reflections on environmental policy science and participatory processes
Aledo Tur, A., Andreu, H.G. and Noguera, G.O. Epistemological and ethical dilemmas of public participation
Andersen, I.E., Rauws, G. and Steyaert, S. Public deliberation at European level: the European citizens deliberation on the brain
Bernier, R. and the PEPPPI Steering Committee. The vaccine policy analysis CollaborativE (VPACE): A new model for citizen and stakeholder engagement in science policy making
Bonnes, M., Carrus, G., Bonaiuto, M. and Passafaro, P. Social psychological process and inclusive policymaking in the environmental domain: the role of local identity upon the acceptance of biodiversity and water resource conservation policies
Bos, L., Huitema, D. and Kerkhof, M.v.d. Public participation on its own barricades: citizens’ jury on water management from experiment to instrument?
Brodersen, S., Jørgensen, M.S. and Hansen, A. Environmental empowerment through co-operation between civil society, universities and science shops
Bulling, D. and DeKraai, M. A mixed methods approach to evaluation of large scale participatory processes
Burchell, K. The response of scientists to deliberative public engagement: a UK perspective
Cantos, J.A. and Daproza, M.G. Remote sensing technology and peasant knowledge: A participatory spatial approach to conservation planning in Puerto Galera, Philippines
Carter, C., Soma, K., Kvakkestad, V. and Vatn, A. The role of scale and representation in public participation: insights from recent participatory processes on genetically modified organisms


Collins, K. and Ison, R. Dare we jump off Arnstein’s ladder? Participation and social learning as a new policy paradigm
Colvin, J., Bailey, P. and Orr, P. Reflections on building active involvement into the role of competent authority for the Water Framework Directive – the experience of the Environment Agency.
Cook, D. and Proctor, W. Assessing the threat of exotic plant pests
Cuppen, E., Hisschemöller, M., Dunn, B., Midden, C., and van de Kerkhof, M Evaluating The Quality Of Methods To Facilitate Participatory Assessments
de Cózar-Escalante, J.M. Representation as a matter of agency: a reflection on nanotechnological innovations
Decker, M.K. Means to an end. Participatory methods in technology assessment
Dryzek,John Deliberative innovation to different effect: Cross-national comparisons
Ekeli, K.S. Protecting future generations through submajority rule.
Fritsch, O. and Newig, J. Improving environmental quality through participation? A critical perspective on the effectiveness of public participation
Garmendia, E. and Stagl, S. Social learning in public participation for sustainability: Measuring the quality of participatory approaches
Garritt, J. “Now who decided that?”: Experts and the public in biodiversity conservation
Hall, C. Identifying farmer attitudes towards genetically modified crops in Scotland
Hamlett, P.W. Public deliberation in science and technology policymaking
Harvey , M. On being technically, ethically and politically reasonable: scientists, citizens and GM crops
Heinrichs, H. and Grunenberg, H. Public participation or public management?
Höppner, C., Frick, J. and Buchecker, M. Development and functions of different forms of trust in Swiss participatory landscape planning
Kaiser, M., Almaas, V. and Ellefsen, T. Consulting Europeans: experiences from the project reprogenetics
Kastens, B. and Newig, J. Participation as a key factor for the successful implementation of the WFD
Katz, E., Lovel, R., Mee, W. and Solomon, F. Social perspectives on nanotechnology research and development: a view from Australia
Kerkhof, M.v.d., Cuppen, E. and Hisschemoller, M. Repertory grid: A tool to elicit the true range of relevant concepts in a certain topic area
Keune, H., Koppen, G., Casteleyn, L. and Goorden, L. Deciding on complex knowledge; biomonitoring data and policy interpretation in Belgium
Kluver, Lars New trends in public participation
Koetz, T., van den Hove , S., Rauschmayer, F. and Young, J. Aspects of multi-level governance relevant for the design of participatory science-based consultations in EU biodiversity governance
Kupper, J.F.H. and Buning T.D.C. An interactive research method for the exploration of value frameworks in the moral deliberation on animal biotechnology
Leistra, G.R. Wintering geese in the Netherlands … Legitimate Policy?!
Levidow, L. Public participation as risk governance: enhancing democratic accountability?
Lukensmeyer, C Scale and impact citizen voices in participatory decision-making
Maguire, L.A. Complex science and participatory decision processes: Two water quality case studies from North Carolina, USA
Marris, C., Joly, P. and Bertrand, A. Choosing participants for a Constructive Technology Assessment exercise: dilemmas and consequences.
Moll, P. Third task science
Moore, G., Croxford, B., Adams, M., Refaee, M., Cox, T. and Sharples, S. Incorporating local knowledge into urban environmental research: the photo-survey method
Mouratiadou, I. and Moran, D. Mapping public participation in the Water Framework Directive: a case study of the Pinios river basin, Greece
Muro, M. and Jeffrey, P. Social learning – a useful concept for participatory decision-making processes?
Omann, I. , Bohunovsky, L., Kowalski, K., Madlener, R. and Stagl, S. A critical analysis of the influence of weights on the multi-criteria appraisal of energy scenarios
Pound, D. From conflict to co-operation – to the ecosystems approach – a case study in stakeholder participation for a European marine site in Kent
Raman, S. Three burdens of public participation in science and technology
Rasche, K. and Hare, M. Measuring the intensity of participation along six dimensions
Rauschmayer, F. and Görg, C. Participation in cross-scale interactions – a difficult issue exemplified by the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
Renn, O Nanotechnology and the need for risk governance
Reynolds, L. and Szerszynski, B. Representing GM nation
Richards, C. and Blackstock, K. Participation and regulation: where two worlds collide?
Rodriguez-Labajos, B. A multi-scale scenario approach to biological invasions. Two cases in the Ebro river
Roelofsen, A., Broerse, J.E.W. and Bunders, J.F.G. Exploring the future of genomics
Sanders, A., Hyam, P., Acland, A. and Alder, S. Engaging community groups in discussions on science issues: the CoRWM discussion guide.
Singh, J. What difference does being represented make?
Tàbara, J.D., Roca , E., Madrid , C. and Cazorla, X. Developing Integrated Sustainability Assessment tools and methods for water management. The case of the EU Matisse project in the Ebro river basin
Tomkins, A.J., Christensen, I. , Loontjer, K., Fulwider, J., Abdel-Monem, T. and Cohn, D. Labeling genetically modified foods: a community discussion
Truffer, B., Voss J.P. and Konrad, K. Sustainability Foresight as a means for participatory transformation management
van Merkerk, R.O. and Smits, R.E.H.M. Tailoring constructive technology assessment for emerging technologies
Wilson, D. and T.J. Hegland Some institutional Aspects of Science in Support of the Common Fisheries Policy

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