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The Global Environmental Assessment (GEA) Project is an international, interdisciplinary effort directed at understanding the role of organized efforts to bring scientific information to bear in shaping social responses to large-scale global environmental change.

Three edited volumes summarizing project results:

Global Environmental Assessments: Information and Influence
Edited by Ronald B. Mitchell, William C. Clark, David W. Cash, and Nancy M. Dickson
MIT Press, 2006

Assessments of Regional and Global Environmental Risks:
Designing Processes for the Effective Use of Science in Decisionmaking

Edited by Alexander E. Farrell and Jill Jäger
RFF Press, 2005

Earthly Politics: Local and Global in Environmental Governance  
Edited by Sheila Jasanoff and Marybeth Long Martello
MIT Press, 2004



NRC report on "Analysis of Global Change Assessments" uses SED salience, credibility and legitimacy framework

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