A new age of participatory decision making?

Environmental decision-making is going through a quiet revolution. The public is having more of a say in environmental decisions, and is now consulted on everything from water abstraction to waste collection. This explosion in stakeholder engagement has required both regulators and industry to develop new skills and approaches to decision-making. But what methods are they using to try to involve the public - and how much attention do they pay to the response?

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