FEED constitutes a Citizen-Driven trial project that provides the corresponding tools and engages a critical mass of public involvement in the initial stages of the legislative process, taking into consideration also any internal sub-stages that the deliberation procedure may introduce while exploiting the ongoing results from other, pilot eParticipation Legislation-oriented projects run by members of the FEED Consortium. Specifically FEED focuses on:
* Empowering the legislation proposal formation stage.
* Supporting the debate at municipal level, but with a truly Pan-European orientation
* Targetting the legislative and policy issues of Energy and Environment
It tests in practice novel approaches for user involvement.
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