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Please view the follow video lecture for Module II Topic 2.
2.2 Planning Public Relations Activities
Please answer the following self-reflection question. You can formulate your response and share it online in the Knowledge Café for this course, and also be enlightened about how other students answered this question.
- What can you say about the participation of foresters and other scientists in generating public interests for environmental advocacy in your country? View an example answer for the Philippines case in the video at the link below, and prepare your own answer to the question for your own country.