Web Date: August 22, 2008
Public participation, when done properly, can improve the quality of federal decisions on the environment, says a report from the National Research Council (NRC).
Released on Aug. 22, the report says that involving the public can lead to a better environment and enhance the public???s trust in federal regulators.
NRC defines "public participation" as the engagement of individuals, groups, and the private sector to inform agencies making decisions that . . .
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