Wetlands CEPA Methods

In this section of the CEPA pages we will be highlighting materials of use to those involved in planning CEPA activities or developing CEPA programmes and action plans; the focus will be on materials that describe CEPA methodologies for wetlands although less specific methodologies are also included.  

The publications below document a broad range of CEPA methodologies not all of which are focussed on wetlands. They cover Communication techniques; Communication with a focus on visitor centres; Participatory techniques and capacity building; and Methods in environmental education/ education for sustainability.

Communication techniques

Communicating Sustainability: How to produce effective public campaigns

Successful Communication: A toolkit for researchers and civil society organisations

Communication with a focus on Wetlands Education Centres

Visitor segmentation

Developing a wetland centre

Challenge for visitor centres: linking local people, visitors and protected areas

Participatory techniques and capacity building

Stakeholder engagement: Participatory approaches for the planning and development of marine protected areas

Empowering the Grassroots: BirdLife, Participation, and Local Communities

A Guide to Participatory Action Planning and Techniques for Facilitating Groups

Enhancing the Wise Use of Wetlands: A Framework for Capacity Development

Participation, Consensus Building and Conflict Management Training Course

Learning together to manage together: Improving participation in water management

Environmental education / education for sustainability

Ranger Interpretation Handbook

Enabling Ecoaction: a handbook for anyone working with the public on conservation

Education for Sustainable Development Toolkit

Education for Sustainability. From Rio to Johannesburg: Lessons learnt from a decade of commitment

Environmental Education for a Sustainable Future: Australian National Action Plan