A homepage is not a static information channel you make once; it must be updated continuously and adapted to the demands of the world around us. In spite of the large access to computers and the Internet, you cannot reach all citizens through the homepage. Think about how you inform – is the information primarily aimed at citizens or users? Perhaps several levels of information are required. A comprehensive description of e.g. the management of the area aimed at residents, media and other interested parties, and in-depth information for users and personnel. This kind of role-based and target group-adapted information is getting more and more common. The homepage is the absolutely fastest channel for spreading information. The homepage must be run in a professional way and this requires resources in the form of competence as well as tools.
Everyone who is affected by the planning has to be informed about the process, and about the participation possibilities. In this section we provide some examples of information tools
South Baltic Landscape Forum has been created in the framework of the LIFEscape project. LIFEscape was co-financed by the South Baltic Programme of the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). It has been implemented between May 2011 and April 2014 under the leadership of Elbląg High-Plain Landscape Park, Poland.