3 edition of Public advocacy and environmental decisionmaking found in the catalog.
Public advocacy and environmental decisionmaking
Philip L. Dubois
by Institute of Governmental Affairs, University of California in Davis
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Philip L. Dubois and Arlen C. Christensen.|
|Series||Environmental quality series ;, no. 26|
|Contributions||Christensen, Arlen C.|
|LC Classifications||HC107.W63 E53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 74 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||77150822|
about the purposes, structures, and outcomes of public participation in environmental decision making. ORGANIZATION OF THE VOLUME The chapters in this book are organized in three parts. Part 1, “Theoriz-ing and Constructing More Effective Public Participation Processes,” ex-plores the role of communication theory in designing, executing, and. Dealing with the environmental aspects of health is very likely to lead nurses into some form of policy advocacy. For example, nurses who encounter multiple cases of childhood lead poisoning in a particular neighborhood might see a need to develop community-based programs for lead screening, health education, and hazard abatement. In communities affected by toxic waste, nurses might be asked Cited by: 2.
Navigating the information associated with environmental regulation is difficult for specialists, let alone interested members of the public. Given the confusion and complexity of this area, Sarah Lamdan's Environmental Information: Research, Access and Environmental Decisionmaking stands Author: Eira Tansey. Examples of business associations engaging in efforts to influence public policy include the US Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Manufacturers, the state-level business and industry associations, and the local chambers of commerce. The US Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization.
Sarah Lamdan is an Associate Professor and librarian at the City University of New York School of Law. She received her J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law with a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, a master’s degree in Legal Information Management from Emporia State University’s Graduate School of Library and Information Management, and a B.A. in English. The environmental policy and decision making major explores the protection of long-term natural resource use and environmental quality through changes in human behavior and policy. This major gives particular consideration to how policies are formulated and implemented and what impact they will have on society, as well as how to best engage.
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These studies reveal that public participation in environmental decision making is both shaped by and, in many cases, constrained by the ways in which environmental issues, problems, and solutions are defined or framed through the strategic communication practices of the : Paperback.
Effective EPA Advocacy provides a practical perspective on conducting effective advocacy before the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in both the rulemaking process and the (equally if not more important) decision-making processes outside the rulemaking context, such as the issuance of interpretative memoranda, guidance Public advocacy and environmental decisionmaking book, and letter on the author's observations and insights from eight years in the EPA's Author: Richard G.
Stoll. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dubois, Philip L. Public advocacy and environmental decisionmaking. Davis: Institute of Governmental Affairs, University of California, • Models or theories of meaningful public involvement in environmental decision making must account for the growing significance and impact of alternative modes of environmental advocacy, including toxic tours and cultural activism, as ways in which individuals gain the confidence and skills to participate in, and to transform, institutionalized processes of public participation.
with the democratisation of environmental decision-making. Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making 15 Ibid, 24–5; see also A Dobson, Justice and the Environment. Public hearings on the environment are among the most formal opportunities for public participation in the decision-making process concerning major development projects in Canada.
The federal government and most provincial governments have produced explicit legal texts requiring public participation in environmental impact assessment procedures. ment, including the involvement of various public groups in decisionmaking.
Steel is the editor of Public Lands Management in the West (), coeditor of Global Environmental Policy and Administration (), and coauthor of Environmental Politics and Policy: A Comparative Perspective().
European Environmental Bureau (EEB) & European ECO Forum * * * “Implementing the Aarhus Convention today: paving the way to a better environment and governance tomorrow” Almaty, May Public Participation in Environmental Decision-making –An NGO view.
Public participation is based on the belief that those who are affected by a decision have a right to be involved in the decision-making process.
Public participation includes the promise that the public's contribution will influence the decision. • These qualities make it possible for advocacy-oriented counselors to awaken the general public to macro-systemic issues regarding human dignity Public Information Counselor Competencies In informing the public about the role of environmental factors in human development, the advocacy-oriented counselor is able to: File Size: KB.
Using advocacy ROOTS 13 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY to help protect the environment 6 Advocacy work includes many different activities, such as those mentioned in the diagram below. It can be carried out alone, with a group of people, or as part of a network, coalition or alliance.
It can be a one-off intervention or an ongoing Size: 69KB. Proponents of public participation argue that those who must live with the outcome of an environmental decision should have some influence on it.
Critics maintain that public participation slows decision making and can lower its quality by including people unfamiliar with the science involved. An Introduction to Advocacy Training Guide By Ritu R. Sharma Support for Analysis and Research in Africa (SARA) Health and Human Resources Analysis for Africa (HHRAA) U.S.
Agency for International Development, Africa Bureau, Office of Sustainable DevelopmentFile Size: KB. The contributors to this volume explore the communication practices of various stakeholders--interested citizens, grassroots and public interest groups, industry representatives, scientists and technical experts, government agencies, federal regulators--engaged in a variety of environmental decision-making contexts in the U.S.
and elsewhere. included are case studies that analy. participation in environmental governance that is stronger, more streamlined, and better legally and scientifically equipped. Our main tools are case-work, including litigation, and legal advocacy One of our 4 broad programmes of work is promoting participation: to facilitate civil society participation in environmental decision-making.
The analysis considers whether the public policies enacted by Congress are the result of public opinion or the outcome of advocacy efforts Summing up: recommended.' J. Rausch Source: Choice 'If the big findings of the book are the absence of large effects for opinion and advocacy, there are still a host of interesting nuggets along the Cited by: PDF | On Aug 1,Todd Norton and others published Book Review: Communication and Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making, by Stephen P.
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.
Advocacy and Participation in Decision Making Introduction This Guidance Note analyzes tools policymakers and leaders of government can use to engage citizens and promote public action through increased advocacy and participation related to pollution management.
This guidance note was prepared by Linda Shaffer (Consultant).File Size: KB. AbstractThis chapter provides an overview of the context of development, rationale, history and status of the right to public participation.
Distinguishing between the individual right and indigenous peoples’ collective right to public participation, it discusses relevant interna-tional treaties and soft law, with reference to international and regional jurisprudence, and with particular Author: Elsa Tsioumani.
With chapters on Superstorm Sandy, H1N1, the Ebola virus, and bioterrorism, these cases cover major areas in public health preparedness. This book is suited for public health professionals, specialists in related fields, students, and concerned citizens.These studies reveal that public participation in environmental decision making is both shaped by and, in many cases, constrained by the ways in which environmental issues, problems, and solutions are defined or framed through the strategic communication practices of the participants."--Jacket.Citizen Participation in Decision-Making: Is it Worth the Effort?
Renee A. Irvin and John Stansbury ‘CBEP (Community-Based Environmental Protection) is designed to maximize the use of scarce resources, encourage local support, and consider the economic well-being of communities.’ — U.S.
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