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41 In this context, public and institutional dialogue to overcome the stalemate is hindered in Germany by: 1. A decision-making process that is very much at the mercy of current political agendas. It seems to be paying for one or another camp to wait for change in the political leadership and have previous decisions reversed; 2. The very advanced state of the national waste management programme. Any change means renewing efforts and negotiations that have lasted many years already, as well as reopening previous “wounds”, and it is understandable that there is resistance to change, when the reasons for change are not clearly spelled out and there is no shared understanding of them.

The latter will include additional stakeholders plus FSC delegates. A discussion will take place amongst these different perspectives. 15:30 Break 2. Examples are reasons for trust/distrust in responsible actors/institutions; what changes are desirable to improve confidence in the waste management strategy? ; How important is the access to expertise and advice from external sources and non-local stakeholders? ; How to balance the interests of local, regional, and non-local stakeholders? 48 WORKSHOP Location: Hitzacker 6 October (continued) 16:00 Opening session Welcome addresses by FSC Chairman, Yves Le Bars 16:10 Session 1.

The challenge is to identify an intersection of these policy directions that could command a wide base of support. The AkEnd Committee made a first attempt to finding a solution. It appears that the vast majority of AkEnd recommendations are supported by the federal government and most environmental organisations. However, waste producers – and others, which include Land and national government ministries – reject the AkEnd process for several reasons, but primarily for economic reasons. The Secretariat views that the most important precondition for finding a mutually acceptable policy would be the rebuilding of trust between the key players.

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