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Public involvement techniques

James L Creighton

Public involvement techniques

a reader of ten years experience at the Institute for Water Resources

by James L Creighton

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by The Institute in Ft. Belvoir, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water resources development -- United States,
  • Environmental policy -- United States -- Citizen participation

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by James Creighton, Jerry Delli Priscoli, C. Mark Dunning ; prepared for Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    SeriesIWR research report -- 82-R1
    ContributionsDelli Priscoli, Jerome, Dunning, C. Mark, U.S. Army Engineer Institute for Water Resources
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. 494 p. :
    Number of Pages494
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14857589M

    4 / Best Practices in Public Involvement Public Hearings and Meetings Although public hearings and meetings differ, INDOT has used both to engage a variety of stakeholders in single, project-specific events. Public hearings are formal, federally required meetings.   Virtual public involvement techniques, such as telephone town halls and online meetings, offer convenient, efficient, and low-cost methods for informing the public, encouraging their participation.

    Public Transportation Division J Public Involvement Objectives Enable greater participation by those who use the service, seniors and individuals with disabilities, to identify challenges and issues on a level that could be addressed by a project Help applicants develop projects that have a manageable scope and measurable impacts. Public engagement is a term that has recently been used, particularly in the UK, to describe "the involvement of specialists listening to, developing their understanding of, and interacting with, non-specialists" (as defined by England's university funding agency, HEFCE, in ). 3 Good practice. 4 Nine principles. 5 In science and technology.

      4. Be open to using the full range of action strategies to work toward the long-term sustainability and well- being of the community. As mentioned by city leaders at meetings, news articles, and radio interviews the city reviewed a number of alternatives to address the compliance issue, and considered additional improvements to address Author: Courtney Purvis. Building a better world takes tenacity, skill, experience, wisdom, and compassion. Make sure that you're striking out into the world with the tools you need to be successful! When you join IAP2 USA, you join a community of Public Participation (P2) practitioners, you gain access to training unique to P2, and support from world class professionals.


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