• Corpus ID: 153138645

Public Participation in Technological Decisions : Reality or Grand Illusion : Technology Review

  title={Public Participation in Technological Decisions : Reality or Grand Illusion : Technology Review},
  author={Dorothy Nelkin and Micah Pollak},

Perceptions of Participants in the NOAA Marine Sanctuary Nomination Process: A Case Study of Mallows Bay-Potomac River

Many researchers acknowledge that including the public in marine protected area (MPA) planning and management can lead to more effective management, increased levels of trust, and project ownership

Public participation, engagement, and climate change adaptation: A review of the research literature

There is a clear need for a state‐of‐the‐art review of how public participation in climate change adaptation is being considered in research across academic communities: The Rio Declaration developed

Energy Democracy: A Research Agenda

The Institutional Framework of Participatory Mechanisms to Identify the Needs of Poor People : the Case of Vietnam

Is an institutional framework of participatory mechanism for identifying the poor needs? Institutions not only act to solve poverty : they also contribute to the persistence of poverty, as the core

Un Environnement Virtuel Interactif et Immersif pour Faciliter la Créativité Collective des Citoyens dans les Projets de Design Urbain. (An interactive virtual environment to foster citizen participation and collective creativity in urban design)

  • B. Faliu
  • Computer Science, Political Science
  • 2019
La participation citoyenne (PC) est aujourd’hui au cœur de nombreux discours mais peine a s’imposer dans les institutions publiques. Dans le cas du design urbain (DU), des initiatives encourageantes

Classification and analysis of social participation initiatives in a post-industrial city – a case study of Pabianice

Abstract This paper deals with the transformations of (post)industrial towns in Poland, which took place during the transition from a centralised communist economy to liberal capitalism. As a

State-Level Renewable Energy Policy Implementation: How and Why Do Stakeholders Participate?

For most of the 20th century, large-scale, utility-owned power plants dominated electricity generation in the United States. Today, however, a growing share of electricity comes from renewable energy

Effective Public Involvement According to Whom?: Investigating measures of participant perspectives of infrastructure projects

Interest in public involvement (PI) for public infrastructure projects has increased over the past several years, in part due to the emphasis placed on the societal impacts of infrastructure projects

How can research partnerships better support local development? Stakeholder perceptions on an approach to understanding research partnership outcomes in the Canadian Arctic

ABSTRACT Understanding the benefits and outcomes of Canada's public investment in Arctic science and associated community–researcher partnerships represents a significant challenge for government.