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FORUM: Who Speaks for the Public?

Development is inevitable but its outcomes need not necessarily be detrimental to society or the environment. The planning process should therefore be one that is accountable to the public, given the impact of development on the social scale. However, in our country, such processes are closed systems where public involvement is at best minimal. Thus,… Continue reading FORUM: Who Speaks for the Public?