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|Other Titles:||Public Participation and Sustainable Development|
Department of Geography, NTNU
Public participation is an important procedure of environmental planning and it is also legally significant. It symbolizes the realization of public will, the concern with the welfare of the people. However, public participation is information-feeding and the legitimization of public policy in Taiwan. Sustainable development, on the other hand, aims to re-evaluate the relationship between people and between people and nature in order to satisfy the needs of the people and their future generations. It is necessary to take the interest of the disadvantaged in to consideration, according to Local agenda 21. Sustainable development can only be met the fulfillment of the local agenda 21 of each place, which is designed under each special circumstances. Nevertheless, liberal democracy tends to be in conflict with sustainable development. The author tries to proposes the idea of communicative planning, which is based on Habermas's communicative ethic theory, to solve the problem.
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