Conceptualising and responding to complexity
EVE Concerted Action, 2000 - Business & Economics - 18 pages
This policy briefing series communicates the findings from nine workshops and three plenary meetings under the EVE programme. These showed the diversity of research currently being undertaken in the area of environmental values and their policy expression. The type of information relevant to the decision process extends from ecological functioning to moral values.
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