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Nuclear Consultation: Public Trust In Government

Nuclear Consultation Working Group, January 2008


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Resource IDdorfman2008
Resource titleNuclear Consultation: Public Trust In Government
Author(s)Paul Dorfman
Publication/ sourceNuclear Consultation Working Group
Date publishedJanuary 2008
Summary text/ abstractThe public mistrust of policy decision-making on issues involving nuclear risk is a defining issue. In order to overcome this mistrust, government has consulted with the public about the potential role of nuclear power in future energy policy – the idea is to weigh expert knowledge with every-day knowledge to arrive at a democratic and balanced view. Here, the practice and purpose of this public dialogue, and the models of engagement to enable it, are core to the relationship between government and the public in a modern democracy.
Library categoriesNuclear, Politics, UK Government
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