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As Scotland takes another step back to normality, with restrictions easing and people able to get back out to enjoy our beautiful green spaces and countryside, from woodlands to city parks and beaches to mountains, Zero Waste Scotland is calling on the waste and resources sector to back its award-winning campaign Scotland is Stunning –…
Over the last decade, the mechanisms for how citizens can participate more fully in decision making have been strengthened, but what does ‘participatory democracy’ represent for elected members? A panel – including a former president of COSLA, an MSP, and a senior lecturer at the University of Edinburgh – discuss the issue.
The recent LGiU live panel, Beyond the council plan: creating impact with a corporate plan, featured Zoe Pappas from Right Lane, Ricky Tozer from Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council and Phil Medley from Maroondah City Council.