CRESPCentre for Research on Economic and Social Policy (est. 1992; University of British Columbia; Canada)
CRESPCrisis Response Prototype
CRESPCentre for Resources for the Emergence of Social Participation (Senegal)
CRESPCenter for Religion, Ethics and Social Policy (Cornell University)
CRESPConsortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (multi-university nuclear sites and wastes research group)
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CRESP is a national consortium of university-based researchers operating under a grant from the DOE (for more information, see Boiko et al.
An important goal for CRESP is to improve the dialogue among decision makers, technical specialists, and interested and affected parties [we use these terms as identified in the National Research Council (NRC) book Understanding Risk (NRC 1996)] to create more sustainable, understandable, and acceptable nuclear waste transport decisions.
CRESP worked with Decision Research (Eugene, OR) to conduct focus groups to help identify local concerns related to nuclear waste transportation.
CRESP outreach coordinators identified focus group participants.
In addition, CRESP conducted an intake survey for participants at the four northwest regional field workshops.
For one workshop exercise, CRESP worked with Toby Michelina of Global Environmental Strategies, Inc.
OLD PALS: Terry with former Blues favourite Zola; CRESP FINISH: Chelsea striker Hernan Crespo beats Sereni for the first goal; ROMAN CONQUEST: Hernan Crespo enjoys a successful return to Rome with Chelsea
CRESP FINISH: Shay Given can only watch Hernan Crespo's fine strike on its way to the net for Chelsea's second of three
CRESP FINISH: Strike star Hernan Crespo is mobbed by his Chelsea team-mates after scoring on his return to Rome last night
WORLD CLASS: Thierry Henry; CRESP OF A WAVE: Chelsea joy
CRESP FINISH: Frank Lampard congratulates Hernan Crespo on his decisive strike; HEADS WE WIN: Crespo's effort loops into the net beyond keeper Edwin van der Sar