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CeciliaMilberg Mar 26, 2013 03:06 PM
Hi, I was wondering if someone could tell me a little bit about the background and purposes of the EEA report Late lessons from early warnings (2013). Was the report ordered by an institution or company? Was it obligatory reading for any policymakers / politicians? Thanks
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EEA Mar 27, 2013 03:15 PM
Dear Cecilia Milberg, the acknowledgements, preface and introduction in the report explain the approach quite well: http://www.eea.europa.eu/publications/late-lessons-2 The EEA has produced the report in collaboration with external authors and peer reviewers. The report has not been ordered by anyone but, like all our products, it has been made available for anyone to study, including policymakers, media, researchers and ordinary citizens.
 
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