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The most influential attempts to classify forms of public participation are based on the ‘ladder’ of public participation (after Arnstein 1969), which orders approaches from those in which government dominates decision-making to ones in which its power is shared equally with the public or...
In NSW there is an increasing impetus for Aboriginal cultural interests to be factored into key aspects of environmental planning such as regional vegetation management. This creates many challenges, as long established methods of cultural heritage assessment based on an archaeological analysis...
In this article we consider what Australia can learn from English experience with regard to the design, implementation and evaluation of Agri-Environmental Policy (AEP). First, we examine the emergence of the need for farmers to meet Good Farming Practice standards to receive AEP payments. This...
This article addresses the organisation design of government agencies to facilitate sustainability and the statutory mechanisms needed to implement sustainability. Using sustainability as a purpose for the basis of organisation design, and considering task interdependence and differentiation,...
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