9 results were found for 서귀포채팅〔모든톡@secs4〕모든톡@secs4 서귀포재혼 서귀포엔조이ั서귀포결혼㉂서귀포파트너 ヤ笗 competent.


  • 1. Group5-Stakeholders_analysis

    1 Horsens case – Stakeholders analysis Stakeholders Public/private Power level (“nuisance” capacity) Orientation Horstens municipality (competent authority) Public Strong Governance Neighbour municipality Public Strong Governance Policy-maker Public Strong Governance Insurers Private Strong Market Scientific experts (geosciences, economics, sociology, psychology) Public/private /media/loftslag/Group5-Stakeholders_analysis.pdf
  • 2. Group5-Participation_stages

    1 Stakeholders involvement – Participation stages Participation stage Duration stakeholders Participatory level Type of knowledge Knowledge elicitation 1 Problem identification (Stakeholder analysis) 2 months  Horsten municipality (Competent authority) n.a 2 Information provision 2 months  Horsten municipality  Policy maker  Insurers  Neighbouring municipality /media/loftslag/Group5-Participation_stages.pdf
  • 3. Hare_2-participation

    and its results Policy makers and scientists may agree that its great, but at the operational management level there are problems Sources: personal experience, Borowski and Hare (2007), Hare (2011), others 1. Competent authorities’reluctance −Lack of knowledge about Participatory Management −Participation = information provision −Participation undertaken by PR department −Fear of high costs /media/loftslag/Hare_2-participation.pdf
  • 4. Hare_1_PartINONAM

    class of participatory method – … participatory goal to be achieved – ... stage of adaptive management cycle – ... types and number of stakeholder to be involved – … resources and skills of competent authority • Methods are combined in processes according to a logical framework Criteria for selecting methods • Information provision – stakeholders are informed about management plans • Consultation /media/loftslag/Hare_1_PartINONAM.pdf
  • 5. Group5-Draft_report

    process. Although the time frame given in the task refers to 20 years in the foreseeable future, we--- as a compulsory part of the competent authority (leading agency), who is entitled the legal mandate to facilitate implementation of stakeholder involvement and ultimate performance of the outcome of the adaptation plan--- will not confine ourselves to the predefined time frame due /media/loftslag/Group5-Draft_report.pdf
  • 6. Daniell_etal-2010

    management competencies. The existing legal obligations and administrative structures in North Rhine-Westphalia assign competencies for the implementation of the WFD to the Ministry of Environment (MUNLV). MUNLV, in turn, has delegated some of its tasks to the Bezirksregierungen, which are the competent authorities at the county level that coordinate the implementation of the WFD at the sub-basin /media/loftslag/Daniell_etal-2010.pdf
  • 7. Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling

    are not seen as a priority for the organization. For example, some water management organizations are seen by themselves and others as the competent authorities, and their managers may be legally responsible for their management decisions. There is therefore an understandable reluc- tance to change what apparently works and to share discussion and decision-making with non-legally responsible /media/loftslag/Hare-2011-ParticipatoryModelling.pdf
  • 8. Refsgaard_etal-2007-Uncertainty-EMS

    either in exploiting or protecting the resource. Stakeholders include the fol- lowing categories: (1) competent water resource authority (typically the water manager, cf. above); (2) interest groups; and (3) general public. 1544 J.C. Refsgaard et al. / Environmental Modellin The modelling process may, according to the HarmoniQuA project (Refsgaard et al., 2005a; Scholten et al., 2007, http /media/loftslag/Refsgaard_etal-2007-Uncertainty-EMS.pdf
  • 9. VI_2016_006_rs

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