A series of frequently asked questions about the EUREAPA tool.
1. What is EUREAPA?
2. Who is EUREAPA for?
3. How will EUREAPA be accessible?
4. What will EUREAPA enable you to do?
5. How is the footprint indicator data being validated?
6. Is there not a risk that the footprint family of indicators and the EUREAPA tool have been developed in isolation without input from key stakeholders?
7. At what levels of detail will EUREAPA be able to display results for various consumption impacts?
8. Will EUREAPA be able to focus on the differences and similarities between countries consumption impacts?
9. What relevance will the tool have if it only deals with national/EU level rather than household level?
10. Will EUREAPA be able to evaluate the different items in the EU Budget (and possibly new items) in terms of their footprint/impacts, so as to help construct an argument about what we do and don't want in the next 7-year EU Budget?
11. Will EUREAPA allow civil society organisations (CSOs) to review and evaluate policy interventions, for example, the EU Commission's roadmap on resource efficiency?
12. Will EUREAPA include a risk analysis function?
13. How could business interface to the EUREAPA application to ensure that business strategy embraces the 10 principles of one planet living1. (© 2008 WWF International and BioRegional) as a framework to live within our fair share of the earth's resources?
14. How will EUREAPA report the results of its analysis?
15. How will the tool be user friendly? What type of competence would a user need to benefit from the tool?
16. How is the OPEN:EU project going to explore consumption up to 2050?
17. Will these future scenarios and the policy analyses be made available for use after the project ends in August 2011?
18. How will the EUREAPA tool incorporate the Scenario analysis work that is being worked on collaboratively with the network participants?
19. Can EUREPA be used as a communications tool?
20. Can EUREPA be used as a policy development tool?