Participation in water management decisions can be improved by assessing stakeholder perceptions of the risk of potential problems, and the impact on other stakeholders of these perceptions.
The learning experience: Builds effectiveness through linkages to other communities, partners, and resources.
The learning experience: Takes into consideration the community as a whole, including: socio-political, economic, historical, and cultural influences.
Citation: Baggett, S., Jeffrey, P., & Jefferson, B. (2006). Risk perception in participatory planning for water reuse presented at the international conference on integrated concepts on water recycling, Wollongong, NSW Australia, 14-17 February 2005. Desalination, 187(1-3), 149-158.
Citation Type: Research