A voluntary dialogue
The dialogue has been open since January 20th, 2017. Quadran worked with the Commission Nationale du Débat Public (CNDP, French national public debate committee) who appointed Jacques Roudier as the dialogue manager. Le manager supervises the execution of the dialogue, insures the transparency of the information made available to the public, and considers those opinions that are expressed over the course of the dialogue.
To contact the manager : email@example.com
4 key goals
Provide information on the progression of studies and the project
Organize the diffusion of this information
Respond to questions
Collect expressed opinions
These workshops aim to share information on the key issues of the project. They are addressed to the leaders of communities, organizations, and associations in charge of the subjects discussed. As the number of seats is limited, registration is required by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two sessions are planned for each workshop. Each will discuss a specific theme:
- Preservation of the environment and biodiversity
- Economic development, employment, and training
- Nautical attractiveness, tourism, and activities
- Fishing and professional uses of the sea
This workshop aims to determine the point of view of a volunteer panel of representative citizens responding to a specific question. 3 one-day sessions are planned.
The first day was April 22, 2017 in Port-La-Nouvelle.
The second session was May 20th in Grussian.
The third and final session took place June 10, 2017 in Gruissan.
Its purpose is to inform the public and respond to their questions. A contact form allows the public to ask the project manager questions or to give their opinion on the project.
The program of public meetings, exhibitions, and informational meetings is being developed now and will be available on the website as it is determined.
A digital platform available to the public at large whose purpose is to allow everyone to be informed/comment/question/debate the project. This platform presents a simple and practical way to debate the project while providing easy access to the details of actions taken. Its purpose is to aid the public in reflecting on the installation of the project in the region.