DAERA Science Strategy Framework document consultation

Consultation opened on 27 August 2019. Closing date 22 October 2019 at 17:00.

Summary

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) is seeking views on a strategy framework to guide and direct its use of science over the next 15 years.

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Consultation description

DAERA has responsibility for certain aspects of food, farming, environmental, fisheries, forestry and sustainability policy and regulation and the development of the rural sector in Northern Ireland.

DAERA uses science as a key enabler for informing policy development, meeting statutory obligations, measuring outcomes, providing advice and information, promoting innovation, managing risks to society and the environment and supporting rural areas. Consequently, it is important that DAERA has a coherent strategy and policies for how it will use science to further its policy aims and optimise the value it achieves from its investment in science, to deliver positive impacts for the agri-food industry and its sectors, the wider rural economy and the environment as a whole.

The DAERA Science Strategy Framework proposals have been informed by engagement with key stakeholders representing all areas for which DAERA has responsibility as well as local Universities.

Copies of the consultation can also be made available, on request, in alternative formats e.g. in large print, Braille disc, audio cassette and other languages. Please contact Science Transformation Programme Office on 028 90378389 to arrange such copies, or to discuss the consultation more generally.

For those with hearing difficulties, leave a message on the Department’s text phone (18001 028 9052 5031).

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Ways to respond

Email -
STPMO@DAERA-ni.gov.uk
Write to -
Science Evidence and Innovation Policy Division
Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs
Room 643
Dundonald House
Upper Newtownards Road
Ballymiscaw
Belfast
BT4 3SB

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