Recommendations for improved communication and stakeholder involvement related to uncertainties: CONCERT-CONFIDENCE D 9.32

Catrinel Turcanu, Tanja Perko, Nadja Zeleznik, Gilles Hériard Dubreuil, Stéphane Baudé, Deborah Oughton, Vassiliki Tafili, Ludger Benighaus, Ferdiana Hoti, Bieke Abelshausen

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    Abstract

    Within the European project CONFIDENCE (COping with uNcertainties For Improved modelling and DEcision making in Nuclear emergenCiEs), a dedicated work package addressed social, ethical and communication aspects of uncertainty management. Among others, it aimed at identifying social uncertainties in emergency situations; investigating citizens’ and emergency actors’ sense-making of uncertainties in emergency situations and the transition phase, and their subsequent actual or potential decisions; and improving communication of uncertainties. This document provides an overview of the main findings from this study, alongside with recommendations for identifying, addressing, and communicating social and ethical uncertainties faced by the different actors, including affected citizens, in nuclear emergency situations and the transition phase.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherEC - European Commission
    Number of pages18
    StatePublished - 1 Nov 2019

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