Science in a different way: a prospective study of environmental demand and its translation in scientific and technical terms for the management of research and development
by Patrick Philip
International Journal of Sustainable Development (IJSD), Vol. 2, No. 3, 1999

Abstract: This article contains a report on a study carried out at the request of the French Ministry of the Environment, ADEME and CEA. The subject of the study was the long-term evolution of the environmental ''social demand'' of society, and the translation of this demand in terms of public R&D management. The objective is to present the methodology and to synthetically point to the main findings of the study. We conclude by proposing a possible follow-up process that would allow for real-time and continuous input into the French environmental R&D organisation.

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