Karita Research develops models for transparency and public participation. We apply our approach in areas such as energy production, remediation of contaminated sites, mobile phone systems and biotechnology - see Case Studies.
Karita is currently coordinating the European Union Project IPPA. We are also leading a project with a reference group for stakeholder insight and influence in the disputed issue about the corrosion of copper canisters in the proposed Swedish final repository for spent nuclear fuel. Furthermore, Kjell Andersson is an expert for the International Atomic Energy Agency with regard to public involvement and transparency in regulatory activities in the nuclear area.
For more information on the individual projects, see the menu to the left.