Stakeholder participation for environmental management : A literature review

  title={Stakeholder participation for environmental management : A literature review},
  author={Mark S C Reed},
The complex and dynamic nature of environmental problems requires flexible and transparent decision-making that embraces a diversity of knowledges and values. For this reason, stakeholder participation in environmental decision-making has been increasingly sought and embedded into national and international policy. Although many benefits have been claimed for participation, disillusionment has grown amongst practitioners and stakeholders who have felt let down when these claims are not realised… CONTINUE READING
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