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Climate change citizens' assemblies: CAST briefing paper 03

Capstick, Stuart ORCID:, Demski, Christina ORCID:, Cherry, Catherine ORCID:, Verfuerth, Caroline ORCID: and Steentjes, Katharine ORCID: 2020. Climate change citizens' assemblies: CAST briefing paper 03. CAST Briefing Paper.

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Citizens’ assemblies offer the potential for careful and in-depth decision-making about how to achieve emissions reductionBecause citizens’ assemblies are comprised of representative groups of the public, their recommendations are likely to reflect the broader concerns of societyWe should be alert to the ways in which the proposals arising from citizens’ assemblies are influenced by the presentation of information and structuring of debatesPublic engagement with climate change is required beyond the formal process of citizens’ assemblies, so that people better understand and can help shape low-carbon transformations

Item Type: Monograph (UNSPECIFIED)
Status: Published
Schools: Psychology
Additional Information: 03
Publisher: CAST Briefing Paper
Date of First Compliant Deposit: 18 May 2020
Last Modified: 26 Nov 2022 13:33

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