Monthly Archives: November 2017
Three questions contribute to building trust in forest management: Is the public aware of proposed plans and activities? Are the public expectations being met through implementation of plans and activities? Is there adequate compliance and enforcement? Building community and public confidence in forest manager decision-making would benefit from the nesting of instruments associated with answering each of these questions. Building … Continue reading
Posted November 23, 2017, by hfhc.
Communities and concerned citizens are demanding more assurance BC forests are being managed for long-term sustainability and to meet community needs. Building Public confidence-Compliance and Enforcement is the third opinion paper posted directed at improving public consultation and engagement. Compliance and Enforcement is a critical aspect of building public trust in the management of BC forests.
Posted November 18, 2017, by hfhc.