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Public Participation in European River Basin Management

 
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Public Participation in European River Basin Management

Lessons from the HarmoniCOP project

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Kranz, Nicole; Dagmar Ridder and Mita Patel 2006: Public Participation in European River Basin Management - Lessons from the HarmoniCOP project. Ecologic Briefs on International Relations and Sustainable Development. R. Andreas Kraemer and Sascha Müller-Kraenner. Berlin: Ecologic - Institute for International and European Environmental Policy.

This Ecologic Brief gives an overview of the main results and policy implications of the HarmoniCOP project. HarmoniCOP provides a comprehensive knowledge base for public participation in water management. Centred around the concept of social learning, the project draws lessons from past approaches to public participation in EU Member States and gains insights from case studies conducted in nine European river basins. The Ecologic Brief is available for download.

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English
Authorship
Dr. Nicole Kranz
Dagmar Ridder
Mita Patel
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24 pp.
ISBN
3-937085-18-1
ISSN
1611-4787
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Keywords
Water Framework Directive, WFD, public participation, PP, water governance, consultation, information, active involvement, river basin management, social learning, good practice, case study, Ribble, Meuse, Elbe, Dordogne, Guadiana, Rhone, Danube,
Europe