This chapter reflects on the unique insight into techniques for the reconciliation of facts and feelings – two main components of environmental decision-making procedures – offered by the various contributions composing this book. This insight reveals a path leading to a new role for environmental administrations and courts in decision-making procedures. Accordingly, this chapter discusses how the progressive relevance of public participation procedures and science-based reasoning, coupled with the development of digital means of communication and decision-making, open the door to what can be called ‘environmental administration 3.0’.
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