This research project asked three citizens’ juries to come up with criteria for decision making about onshore wind farms in Scotland. The project report (see provides the policy and practice community with practical advice about organising and facilitating deliberative public engagement in support of decision-making. It explores how citizens’ knowledge and perspectives evolve during the process. It presents a picture of what the jurors decided matters most to them about wind farm development. It analyses whether three juries, addressing the same topic under similar conditions, generate different outcomes. And it explores the potential role of citizens’ juries in decision-making.

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  • Citizens' Juries on Windfarms in Scotland 

    Escobar, Oliver
    This deposit is a partial dataset from the "Citizens' Juries on Wind Farms in Scotland" research project (see: ...