Addressing issues of public confidence during contaminated site
assessment and remediation is a necessary step requiring community
consultation and participatory decision making. This is now widely
recognised among the contaminated land practitioner community.
'Engaging the community: a handbook for professionals
managing contaminated land' presents a framework for community
consultation in the context of contaminated site projects, and
describes the communication principles that can be used in
How does this work?
The handbook is broken up into five parts, providing readers with
the principles of community engagement, national and international
perspectives on best practice in risk communication, Australasian
case studies, and a structural framework for involving the public
in environmental decision making.
Who will benefit from this?
The readership of this guide is expected to include:
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