A Communications Guide for Sustainable Development: How Interested Parties Become Partners
A Communications Guide steps the reader through the following questions and provides a step-by-step process for communication with and involving stakeholders:
- Whom should you involve?
- Why should you communicate with and involve stakeholders?
- What is the sustainable development message?
- What feedback do you want from stakeholders; what feedback do they want to give to you?
- When do you communicate and conduct stakeholder involvement?
- Where and how should you communicate with and involve stakeholders?
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