Does public consultation truly end? The Murray-Darling Basin experience : Does the commencement of a period of public consultation imply that government will have an increased and continuing role in managing local natural resources with the community to produce good policy outcomes?
Involvement by government in natural resource management has traditionally been via scientific and engineering studies and enterprises. Since the 1980s there has been a movement by the community to become more involved in the management of natural resources. Government has accepted this change in societal attitude and has included the community in a more participatory manner to ensure better socioenvironmental outcomes. This change has been reflected in the way that the Murray-Darling Basin...[Show more]
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