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Faireness on decision-making process of management policy for high-level radioactive waste and siting of repository in France

Osawa, Hideaki  ; Hirose, Yukio*; Onuma, Susumu*; Otomo, Shoji*

The purpose of our study is to estimate procedural fairness and distributive fairness of decision-making process of high-level waste management policy and siting in France. We conducted normative analysis by document review and interview survey with CILS members, a sociologist participated in the public dibate on HLW management policy in 2005 by CNDP, and staffs in ANDRA which is the implementer of HLW management in France. The results show that prior clarification when and how decision-making of HLW management policy and siting will be carried out in the step-wise approach is important to enhance the legitimacy of the process. With regard to distributive farireness between intergeneration, it is important to carefully consider responsibility of current generation and decision right of future generation in terms of equity and equality in the fair decision-making process, because decision of HLW management policy might depend on concept of distributive fairness between intergeneration. It is necessary to carefully debate in the in the fair decision-making process of both distributive fairness of negative legacy between interregionals and economical distributive fairness, because they are inextricably linked together.



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