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Title: A framework for participatory impact assessment : involving stakeholders in European policy making, a case study of land use change in Malta
Authors: Breton Morris, Jake
Tassone, Valentina
Groot, Rudolf de
Camilleri, Marguerite
Moncada, Stefano
Keywords: Land use -- Case studies -- Malta
Land use -- Government policy
Sustainable development
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Resilience Alliance Publications
Citation: Breton Morris, J., Tassone, V., Groot, R., Camilleri, M., & Moncada, S. (2011). A framework for participatory impact assessment : involving stakeholders in European policy making, a case study of land use change in Malta. Ecology and Society, 16(1), 12-31.
Abstract: A Framework for Participatory Impact Assessment is presented for use within European land use policy impact assessment. The context and rationale for the development of the Framework are outlined, both in the context of European policy making and within a project called "Sustainability Impact Assessment: Tools for Environmental, Social and Economic Effects of Multifunctional Land Use in European Regions". A detailed description of the sequence of methods that make up the Framework is provided, followed by illustrations and details of the practical application and results from a case study in Malta, where the Framework was used to carry out an impact assessment of biodiversity policies. After reporting on the reflections of the research team and valuable feedback provided by Maltese stakeholders, the Framework’s ability to enhance the quality, credibility and legitimacy of European policy impact assessment is discussed.
URI: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol16/iss1/art12/
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