identify who’s involved

For public participation to succeed, we need to make space at the table for everyone. It’s important for ALL PARTIES POTENTIALLY IMPACTED by the future development to be able to express their opinion. If you don’t, you’re shooting yourself in the foot. You end up creating your own enemies and missing out on inputs that could help facilitate the project and anticipate conflicts of use. But it’s easier said than done…


How do you identify coastal users? What are the three main types of stakeholders? How should you approach them? What are the possible interactions between Renewable Marine Energy and the way we use the coastal zone?

By clicking here, you find our study report on the challenges of public participation facing climate change which provides answers to these questions.