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Ethelo: the Digital Tool for Engagement Consultants

Historically, there have been no shortage of tools that consultants could use to understand customers and deliver results for their clients — surveys, focus groups, and visualization tools, just to.

Democracy in a Time of Social Distancing

Times of crisis are when democracies face their greatest challenges, and also when they show their greatest strengths. In recent weeks, we have seen governments around the world put to the test as.

Ethelo-Powered Project Wins Two National Engagement Awards

It’s Time Consultation Brought Citizens Together Over Controversial Transportation Policy Argyle Communications, a communications and engagement firm, recently used Ethelo for an engagement project.

11 Tips to Secure Funding from your next Government Grant Application

Grants are essential to helping local governments take on new projects and initiatives, but staff members are often stretched too thin to find and apply for them. The latest webinar in the eDemocracy.

Ethelo Comes in First in Digital Democracy Report

Digital technology is fundamentally changing the way that we engage in democratic processes. After 9 years using its breakthrough technology to offer peaceful resolution to some of society’s most.

What is eDemocracy and how does it compare to polls and surveys?

Have you ever heard the term 'eDemocracy,' and wondered what it meant? 

What’s Fair in Group Decision Making? And How Do You Achieve It?

The idea of a "fairness dilemma" permeates nearly every type of group decision, whether in government, business, or even among a family. In an ideal world, everyone involved in the decision-making.

What is a municipal carbon budget?

This blog is part of a series of the top questions that came out of Ethelo eDemocracy's recent Webinar, Top Ten Questions About Carbon Budgets and Public Engagement, where we discussed how.

It's time to act like this is a climate emergency

Climate change is an emergency, but to most people, it seems to feel more like a pesky  problem that someone else needs to solve. It isn’t something that feels personal, urgent or fixable. 

Why Carbon Budgets and Community Engagement are so Important

So we have declared a climate emergency…now what?