Based on CBI's work to better understand how greater transparency around extractives revenues might affect Indigenous Peoples, this blog explores whether community protocols could be used to help bridge the gap among community members, government agencies, and extractive companies.
CBI brings together a wide range of stakeholders to wrestle with complex questions around sea level rise, community engagement, and adaptation.
CBI publishes a report on how increasing transparency globally around extractive industries might affect Indigenous Peoples.
Adil Najam, Dean of the Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, contributes a piece on the key takeaways from the Paris Agreement.
In California, CBI has been arms-deep in the creation of groundwater sustainability agencies to face pressing issues of water management. Bartlett contributed a post on building consensus in the creation process.
For coastal communities already feeling the impacts of climate change, CBI's book shows how climate risk simulations and structured community dialogue can help accelerate the adoption of risk management measures that everyone agrees upon.
Through collaborative strategic planning, CBI helps organizations stretch their future vision and motivate their stakeholders to work together to realize it.
CBI works with a group of stakeholders to investigate the feasibility of a Bus Rapid Transit system, or BRT, for metro Boston.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, CBI and Horsley Witten Group lead a community-driven dialogue, or visioning process, on the impact of natural hazards and on the many challenges to life on Smith Island.
CBI helps local South Florida stakeholders develop a shared vision for the Caloosahatchee River and its estuary.
The International Finance Corporation asks CBI to explore a corporate-community engagement problem related to a Honduran palm oil company that was not meeting its social and environmental requirements.
CBI helps formulate Energia 2050, a shared roadmap for a cleaner, cheaper, and more accessible energy future for Chile.