Dr Alec Rolston, Centre for Freshwater and Environment Studies, Dundalk Institute of Technology, examines the rise in water-focussed approaches that are building a bridge between government and citizens in global water management.
EngagementHQ (EHQ) was used by the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage to reach out to the NSW community to discuss the complex issue of feral horse management in the Mount Kosciuszko National Park. We wanted to take a closer look at this project to showcase how good use of integrated engagement tools can drive success.
I saw this today on the ABC Australia news site. It made me laugh – I’m not sure what the lessons might be here other than that these things have a way of getting found out! We block multiple logins on Bang the Table but I do find myself feeling some sympathy (but not much) […]
Red faces in Newcastle! Newcastle City Council recently went online to host selective consultations with their community. Their new online engagement site, which they choose to build themselves rather than using a specialist provider, asked users a series of personal questions (presumably to allow sampling) before allowing access to an area where feedback on issues […]