Does public consultation truly end? the Murray-Darling Basin experience
Over the last decade Australian governments at all levels have been changing governance arrangements for the management of natural resources and the environment. Government has been devolving some of its power and responsibility to the community to manage regionally significant ecological regions. Communities have, through their actions, demanded this power from their government with the establishment of movements such as Landcare. Individual community members now have an opportunity to make...[Show more]
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