6 edition of Public Participation in Environmental Decisions found in the catalog.
by Akademiai Kiado
Written in English
|Contributions||Anna Vari (Editor), Joanne Caddy (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
A growing trend in national and international environmental law recognizes the importance of strong public engagement in all stages of the decision-making process. Public participation includes access to information, active involvement in regulatory and administrative policy-making, and access to justice to enforce compliance with treaties, and domestic laws and : William Murray Tabb. Public Participation in Environmental Decisions Make diligent efforts to involve the public —National Environmental Policy Act (Section [a]) C indy King, a mother of two, walked to the microphone at a crowded public hearing in Salt Lake City. Utah’s governor and members of the.
Public participation in environmental decision-making. [Ottawa]: Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: René Parenteau. Federal agencies have taken steps to include the public in a wide range of environmental decisions. This book concludes that public participation improves the quality of federal agencies' decisions .
Book Title: Environmental Law for Sustanibility: ISBN: APA6 Citation: Keywords: public participation, environmental decision-making: Additional Information: Additional Information: Co-authored Razzaque 70% Richardson not being returned: Organisation(s) FBL Dept of Law Research Centres/Groups. Centre for Applied Legal Cited by: Public participation can generally be defined as allowing people (stakeholders, interested parties, public) to influence the outcome of plans and working processes that constitute the operations of governance (CIS ).It can be practiced in different phases of integrated river basin management, but the public’s environmental understanding forms one basis for : Michaela Poppe, Gabriele Weigelhofer, Gerold Winkler.
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This book concludes that, when done correctly, public participation improves the quality of federal agencies' decisions about the environment. Well-managed public involvement also increases the legitimacy of decisions in the eyes of those affected by them, which makes it more likely that the decisions will be implemented : Paperback.
Democracy in Practice brings together, for the first time, the collected experience of 30 years of public involvement in environmental decisionmaking.
Using data from cases, the authors evaluate the success of public participation and the contextual and procedural factors that lead to by: In spite of the expanding role of public participation in environmental decisionmaking, there has been little systematic examination of whether it has, to date, contributed toward better environmental by: Book Description In spite of the expanding role of public participation in environmental decisionmaking, there has been little systematic examination of whether it has, to date, contributed toward better environmental management.
Neither have there been extensive empirical studies to examine how participation processes can be made more effective. Public Participation and Better Environmental Decisions is about a specific ‘promise’ that participation holds for environmental decision-making.
Many of the arguments for public participation in (inter)national environmental policy documents are functional, that is to say they see public participation as a means to an end. The Public Participation Handbook is just that―a how-to book for practitioners and decision makers who must meaningfully incorporate the public's values into public and corporate decisions." ―Martha A.
Rozelle, president, The Rozelle Group, Ltd., and past Cited by: Public participation in public decisions has been an enduring theme promoted by both public administration scholars and practitioners, behind of which has been a fix belief in its positive impact on the quality and responsiveness of public decisions, implementation efficiency and cost-effectiveness, and its potential to unchain the power of Cited by: 1 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL DECISIONS: AN EVALUATION FRAMEWORK USING SOCIAL GOALS Thomas C.
Beierle * INTRODUCTION Public managers are continually faced with the challenge of making high quality decisions while remaining responsive to the citizens those decisions affect. Public participation in environmental decision-making has become an indelible feature of many environmental regulatory systems worldwide over the past few decades.
Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making 15 Ibid, 24–5; see also A Dobson,Justice and the Environment (Oxford UP, ). This book concludes that, when done correctly, public participation improves the quality of federal agencies' decisions about the environment.
Well-managed public involvement also increases the. This book concludes that, when done correctly, public participation improves the quality of federal agencies' decisions about the environment. Well-managed public involvement also increases the legitimacy of decisions in the eyes of those affected by them, which makes it more likely that the decisions will be implemented effectively.
Suggested Citation:"4 Public Participation Practice: Management Practices."National Research Council. Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision Making Book January with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication.
After reviewing the development of public participation in environmental decision making, empirical/theoretical principles for public participation are proposed, based on Habermas's theory of communicative by: 26 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION of obvious relevance to environmental public participation, including indi- vidual judgment and decision making, group process, conflict management, and civic participation.
Much of this knowledge has not yet been brought to bear on the design of environmental public participation processes. Democracy in Practice: Public Participation in Environmental Decisions - Thomas C.
Beierle, Jerry Cayford - Google Books In spite of the expanding role of public participation in environmental. Internationally renowned facilitator and public participation consultant James L.
Creighton offers a practical guide to designing and facilitating public participation of the public in environmental and public policy decision making. Written for government officials, public and community leaders, and professional facilitators, The Public Participation Handbook is a toolkit for.
MÜLLEROVÁ, H. et al. Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making: Implementation of the Aarhus Convention.
Praha: Ústav státu a práva AV ČR,s. ISBN EDICE E-KNIHY/ E-BOOKS LIST OF AUTHORS: Jitka Bělohradová – Chapter 13 Helena Doležalová – Chapter 12 (co-author) Jana Dudová – Chapter Book review: Public participation in environmental decisions: Recent developments in Hungary Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Reviews 8(1) January with 26 ReadsAuthor: Stephen Bocking.
There is a growing body of literature on public participation in environmental assessment and decision-making, within which several authors (e.g. Antunes et al., ; NRC, ) have proposed a set of critical issues to be considered in the setup, design and management of participatory processes.1.
Introduction. Even a cursory glance at recent writing on EIA and related decision making processes shows that the issue of public participation in EIA is a major focus for scholars and practitioners (Chavez and Bernal,Cooper and Elliott,Del Furia and Wallace-Jones, Devlin and Yap, ; Diduck and Mitchell,Doelle and Sinclair,Hartley and Wood,Kapoor Cited by: Federal agencies have taken steps to include the public in a wide range of environmental decisions.
Although some form of public participation is often required by law, agencies usually have broad discretion about the extent of that involvement.
This book concludes that, when done correctly, public participation improves the quality of federal agencies' decisions about the.