Preparing for how to manage the consequences of a major nuclear accident necessarily involves the consideration of multiple criteria in order to ensure sustainable development in areas that might be affected. This often requires a multidisciplinary approach to produce a sustainable response to the environmental, economic and social problems linked to the various local intricacies. Moreover, the multiplicity of stakeholders produces multiple, often contradictory, objectives, which need to be taken into account and prioritised in order to facilitate decision-making. So that the decision-making process in transparent, properly recorded and reproducible, systems need to be developed to aid the process.
|Place of Publication||France|
|Publisher||Ecole Centrale Paris|
|Number of pages||27|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2010|