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7.2 Who are the Target Audiences?

The target audience may correspond to the stakeholders identified for the problematique of concern. It might not correspond to the whole set of stakeholders but it is surely a subset of those. The type of audience will determine amongst other things the 'language' of the communication/report and its content. Note that because the reporting of uncertainty within the scientific community has a reasonably well established protocol, the remainder of this section addresses mainly non-scientific audiences. It should also be pointed out that non-scientific audiences possess resources and knowledge that can enrich debates about uncertainty. In fact, the engagement of non-scientific audiences is often critical for the overall success of the assessment.

1. Who are your target audiences ? (list according to your stakeholder list)

Cabinet and ministries (national)
Parliament (national)
Governmental advisory boards and councils
Other governmental actors (local/regional/international)
Other governmental 'planning offices' (CPB, SCP, RPB)
Research institutes/consultancies
Sector-specific actors (from, e.g., agriculture, transport, industry) 
Umbrella organizations (e.g. VNO)
Environmental and consumer organizations
Unorganized stakeholders; citizens
Other, specify: