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Mercury and radioactive waste disposal in Sweden: political handling at the local level

Mercury and radioactive waste disposal in Sweden: political handling at the local level

Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management 4(4): 425-447

The paper analyses the political handling of mercury and radioactive waste disposal at the local level, and includes a case study of a Swedish community where there is a conflict concerning a planned deep repository of mercury. The analysis is based on two contrasting lines of planning theory, the trajectory of rational planning and the trajectory of communicative planning.

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Accession: 003844249

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DOI: 10.1142/s1464333202001145

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