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Socio-Political Processes and Plan Management in Controversial Settings Applied to the Plan for Long-Term Management of Type B & C Waste: Summary Report
Fallon, Catherine; Zwetkoff, Catherine; Van Berendoncks, Kris et al.
2013
 

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Keywords :
Nuclear Waste Management; Waste Plan Assessment; Decision-Making Process; Action Plan; High Level and/or Long Lived Wastes
Abstract :
[en] This report is the result of research conducted by the universities of Liège and Antwerp over the course of a year. This research project, subdivided into five axes, aims to identify the conditions conducive to a realistic, effective and socially acceptable process to translate an action plan (the Waste Plan) into a specific implementation project that would ikely still be subject to arbitration and negotiation. Moreover, each axis of research aims to answer a particular question in order to address the issue from five different perspectives — theoretical, legal, media, societal and international:  Axis 1, “The decision-making process: from plan to project”, provides a theoretical discussion of the legitimacy of the decision-making process for B&C nuclear waste management.  Axis 2, “Evaluation of the Process of Societal Consultation about the Waste Plan”, sheds light on the expectations expressed in public consultation and on the successive stages of consultation that have already been implemented.  Axis 3, “Analysis of the Media Coverage of the 2010-2011 Waste Plan”, examines the visibility of the Waste Plan and the way it is treated in the media, as well as the actors and rhetoric occupying centre stage on the media scene.  Axis 4, “International Decision-Making Comparison”, explores decision trajectories developed in other countries (France, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Switzerland) in order to identify which lessons learned there can be transposed to the Belgian setting.  Axis 5, “Societal Support for the Solution for B&C Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel Management in Law”, focuses on the legal and institutional framework of the decision-making process. This report is a synthesis of all the reports listed above. In this context, a dual perspective is adopted: prospective and retrospective.
Research center :
SPIRAL
Disciplines :
Political science, public administration & international relations
Author, co-author :
Fallon, Catherine ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de science politique > Département de science politique
Other collaborator :
Zwetkoff, Catherine ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de science politique > Département de science politique
Van Berendoncks, Kris;  Université d'Anvers
Bergmans, Anne;  Université d'Anvers
Paile, Sylvain  ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de science politique > Département de science politique
Parotte, Céline  ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de science politique > Politique européenne
Language :
English
Title :
Socio-Political Processes and Plan Management in Controversial Settings Applied to the Plan for Long-Term Management of Type B & C Waste: Summary Report
Alternative titles :
[fr] Gestion des déchets B&C: Processus socio-politiques et Gestion de Plan en univers controversé. Application au Plan de gestion à long terme des déchets B&C. Rapport de Synthèse
Publication date :
29 November 2013
Publisher :
Université d'Anvers, Anvers, Belgium
ISBN/EAN :
9789057284335
Number of pages :
98
Commissioned by :
ONDRAF
Name of the research project :
ONDRAF/NIRAS Project
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