The RECIPES guidance advises on how to deal responsibly with uncertain risks in the development and implementation of technology in the EU. It helps EU risk regulation and innovation policy to use the precautionary principle for responsible technological innovation. Target groups of this guidance are primarily EU policy makers, EU agencies, and EU policy support organisations and bodies that are concerned with risk regulation or the governance of science, technology and innovation. The guidance offers them ideas about how to further improve addressing uncertain risks in EU risk regulation and innovation policy. The guidance also addresses researchers and innovators and the multitude of societal actors who can contribute to a society-wide innovation system. The guidance illustrates these target groups that their contributions are needed for applying the precautionary principle for responsible technological innovation.
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Oldervoll, J. A., Asenova, D., Dimova, A., Dreyer, M., Drivdal, L. E., Schweizer, P.-J., Sikma, T., van der Sluijs, J., Smedt, K. D., Holm, N.-K.-T., Trescher, D., & Vos, E.(2022). WP3, Deliverable 3.2 Guidance on the application of the precautionary principle in the EU. Hvidovre, Stuttgart: Danish Board of Technology (Fonden Teknologirådet), DIALOGIK gemeinnützige Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Kooperationsforschung mbH.
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- REconciling sCience, Innovation and Precaution through the Engagement of Stakeholders (RECIPES)