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Are local governments going back to business as usual on climate?

A few months after an unprecedented global shut-down, the world is cautiously beginning to wonder what comes next in a post-COVID era. So far, are things going back to ‘business as usual’ for local.

Bringing Fairness and Transparency to Capital Projects

Capital projects are among the largest line items in any municipal budget, and as such, are among the highest sources of grief and outrage from the public if they feel their tax dollars are being.

Press Release: Offline Meets Online in a New Solution for Public Engagement During Physical Distancing

Two Canadian companies, Ethelo and Converso, are pleased to announce a new collaboration to address the challenges of public engagement during physical distancing. Their new Virtual Open.

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.

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.

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? 

Why Carbon Budgets and Community Engagement are so Important

So we have declared a climate emergency…now what? 

Citizen Budget Offers a Realistic Approach to Budget Engagement

If you’ve ever worked in finance administration at a local government, then you know citizens and colleagues alike love to complain about how tax dollars are, or are not, being spent. Have you ever.