Environment

The Lua ethnic people who live in Nan province Thailand had concerns about air pollution from a coal-fired power plant which risk crossing broader from Lao PDR. They were joined by an academic and health officer to initiate a community-led impact monitoring system.
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25 community pilots addressing policy delivering the water directive framework. A range of public engagement activities were supported in 13 of these pilot catchments.
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A three-part citizen jury style public dialogue addressing carbon emissions reductions. The results informed the Committee on Climate Changes advice to the UK government on the 4th Carbon Budget.
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A public dialogue engaged the public through seven workshops addressing significant water management issues for the Environment Agency’s River Basin Management Plans.
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This public dialogue project engaged the public on issues relating to shale gas exploration and related developments. 71 members of the public engaged in workshops aimed at better understanding how to explain the process and what regulatory processes would inspire confidence.
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Risky Business is a project that combines science and citizenship education with politics. The programme employs live theatre performances to inform young people aged 14-19 about climate change and to enable them to participate in meaningful dialogue about the policy options for addressing it. (FR)
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This project constitutes the Scottish strand of a public engagement programme addressing climate related landscape change and impacts on ecosystems and quality of life across the UK. Public workshops were held in the areas of Nairn and Machars.
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The Naturally Speaking... public dialogue sought to better understand the public’s views on the UK National Ecosystem Assessment. 9 public dialogues took part across 3 areas of the UK with a final national dialogue in London.
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A Youth Voice project was established to enable young people to develop a speech and questions to present at the Planet Under Pressure 2012 conference.
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The Open Science Information Demonstrator (OSID): A project to build a demonstrator website that enables the general public to explore UK science funding and outcomes. It forms part of the larger project Science, Trust and Public Engagement
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