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Ascher, W., Steelman, T., & Healy, R. (2010). Knowledge and environmental policy: Reimagining the boundaries of science and politics. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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Clark, R., & Holmes, J. (2010). Improving input from research to environmental policy: Challenges of structure and culture. Science and Public Policy, 37(10), 751-764.
Clark, W. C., Mitchell, R. B., and Cash, D. W. (2006). Evaluating the influence of global environmental assessments. In R. B. Mitchell, W. C. Clark, D. W. Cash & N. M. Dickson (Eds.), Global environmental assessments: Information and influence (pp. 1-28). Cambridge: MIT Press.
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De Santo, E.M. (2010). ‘Whose science?’ Precaution and power-play in European marine environmental management. Marine Policy 34, 414-420. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2009.09.004(Full Entry)
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