Consensus and partecipation: the role of natural parks
Natural parks are a place where science communicates with the public, involving dimensions ranging from the knowledge of living species to the relationship between man and nature, the environmental policy decisions and the anthropic impact assessments. Natural parks are therefore an important arena for scientific communication where the "shared participation" tools play a fundamental role. To this end, we report a few international experiences that illustrate the role of the interest holders and the importance of coordination of the parties involved in the management of parks.
The role of communication and public awareness in the integrated management within Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve AuthoritySep 21, 2004
The concept of a biosphere reserve was adopted by UNESCO, within the MAB Programme, launched in 1971, in order to promote and to ...
The regional natural Parcs: La BrièreSep 21, 2004
The Delta Regional Park and Citizens' ParticipationSep 21, 2004
The Regional Park of the Po River Delta1 was set up in 1988 (it belongs to a Consortium of Public Bodies). It extends ...
Consensus and coordination in park policySep 21, 2004
I would like to start with a brief news item in the August 1999 issue of National Geographic which gives some food for ...