Public participation, environmental law and new governance: Lessons for designing inclusive and representative participatory processes
New environmental governance (NEG) claims to improve efficacy as well as "deepen democracy" by opening up new points of public participation into many levels and stages of traditional legal process. This article examines a vital, yet divisive, aspect of these new participatory approaches: the challenge of achieving inclusive and representative participation by civil society actors and all pertinent stakeholders. Using research into 12 case studies drawn from three leading Australian NEG...[Show more]
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