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Public involvement in environmental decision-making is one of the central themes of sustainable development, so forest managers are increasingly expected to involve the public in forestry decisions. Having explored how public involvement could be embedded in forestry governance, Forest Research assessed the potential of participatory tools and techniques, with practical guidance on how to plan for public involvement in planning and decision-making.
Commissioned and funded by the Forestry Commission
Ended in 2004.
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