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BMELV (Bundesministerium fur Ernahrung, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz).
However, the BMELV and its associated Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR) appear to be dominant actors of this discourse coalition.
This resulted in the sub-discourse of the agrarian promoters becoming dominant up to 2006 (cf BMELV, 2005).
In conclusion, GSC neglect the positive contribution of forest exposure to human health in their forest strategies/programmes, although forest recreation is accepted as playing a major role for people in all three countries (BMELV 2004, BMLFUW 2006, BUWAL 1999).
"Technically manufactured nanornaterials are excluded (from the positive list) because their impact on human health are still completely unknown," said a BMELV official.
After protests from ink manufacturers and other groups in the packaging supply chain, BMELV is now reconsidering this part of the legislation.
Based on the continuation of their roles, however, we can distinguish between senior citizens living independently, so-called "Go goes"; senior citizens requiring help, called "Slow goes"; and senior citizens requiring care, the "No goes" (BMELV, 2007).
We would like to thank the Federal Organic Farming Programme (BOLN) of the German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection (BMELV) for its financial support--and all those actively involved in the study as well as the audiences for their constructive discussion and advice.
Wissenschaftlicher Beirat fur Agrarpolitik beim Bundesministerium fur Ernahrung, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz (BMELV).
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