The contributions of this volume have focused centrally around the core questions of whether, how and under what circumstances participation in decisions regarding the environment influences the quality of choices being made. The chapters have been clustered around recurring issues and themes in environmental decision-making - the link between levels of decision-making and the scale of environmental problems to be dealt with, Local Agenda 21, decision-making on infrastructure, strategic planning, and environmental decision-making in developing countries — but they have all addressed elements of the core questions. This concluding chapter uses these analyses as bases for a review and assessment of the central theme: the relationship between participation and decision quality.
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- Participation and Environmental Decision Quality: An Asssessment
Frans H. J. M. Coenen
Laurence J. O’Toole
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