Stakeholder participation for environmental management: A literature review

@article{Reed2008StakeholderPF,
  title={Stakeholder participation for environmental management: A literature review},
  author={Mark S. Reed},
  journal={Biological Conservation},
  year={2008},
  volume={141},
  pages={2417-2431}
}
  • M. Reed
  • Published 1 October 2008
  • Political Science
  • Biological Conservation

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The case-study record suggests that there should be little concern that stakeholder processes are resulting in low-quality decisions, and the majority of cases contain evidence of stakeholders improving decisions over the status quo; adding new information, ideas, and analysis; and having adequate access to technical and scientific resources.
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This article forwards the argument that combining institutional and people participation is fundamental to the pursuit of ‘sustainability’. A generalized model of participation is proposed based on
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Knowing how people think about public participation processes and knowing what people want from these processes is essential to crafting a legitimate and effective process and delivering a program
We Finished the Plan, So Now What? Impacts of Collaborative Stakeholder Participation on Land Use Policy
Approaches to environmental policy in the United States and other westernized countries now includes participatory efforts to involve multiple stakeholders in decisions. Rather than calling for a
The practice of participatory research and gender analysis in natural resource management
Stakeholder participation is expected to improve the efficiency, equity, and sustainability of natural resource management research and development (RD however, there is little systematic evidence
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