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Working Paper 09-12 - Organisation de l'exercice participatif de prospective 2011-2012 - Préparatoire à la vision à long terme 2050
[Working Paper 09-12 - Organisatie van de participatieve oefening inzake toekomstverkenning 2011-2012 - Ter voorbereiding van de langetermijnvisie 2050]

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  • Mathijs Buts
  • Patricia Delbaere
  • Jean-Maurice Frère
  • Nadine Gouzée
  • Alain Henry
  • Johan Pauwels
  • Stijn Van Hummelen
  • Sylvie Varlez
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    This Working Paper describes the process of the participatory foresight exercise "Strategic Long Term Vision for Sustainable Development" and summarizes its results. It gathers the different documents of this exercise together and gives some concluding remarks on the process. This exercise was organized by the Task Force on Sustainable Development of the Federal Planning Bureau between September 2011 and February 2012, with a panel of experts brought together with this aim.

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    Paper provided by Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium in its series Working Papers with number 1209.

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    Date of creation: 28 Jun 2012
    Handle: RePEc:fpb:wpaper:1209
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