In the transdisciplinary work package (TAP) "Capacity to act and flexibility in a reversible procedure" (HAFF), we are investigating whether and to what extent old path dependencies are receding with the new site selection procedure and new possibilities for citizen participation in the search for a repository are being made possible. Transdisciplinary means working with citizens in our research. While TAP TRUST focuses on trust, TAP SAFE on safety aspects and TAP DIPRO on equity, the focus here is on the new procedure of a comparative site selection with extended public participation.
Responsible:Dr. Peter Hocke (KIT-ITAS)
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Dr. Peter Hocke-Bergler, apl. Prof. Dr. Ulrich Smeddinck
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dirk Lowke