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On its 20th Anniversary, CBI highlights how effective collaboration and conflict resolution can lead to better management of water sources for a diverse range of purposes and users.
On its 20th Anniversary, CBI asks where and how new and emerging technologies can change the way we approach collaborative dialogue, information sharing, and consensus building.
A “Devising Seminar” can help parties in conflict imagine (or devise) a set of alternatives or options that could help address complex situations with multi-sectoral interests.
What happens when clients say “no” to a process proposal that follows best practices? Are there strategies that can be employed to help them see the value in different approaches? CBI outlines guidance for addressing these situations.
This three-day workshop focuses on developing the capacity to collaborate effectively on wind development policy, facility siting, and related issues, including visual impacts, noise, credible data, local benefits, and more.
Reflections on the past, present, and promise of consensus building.
Corporate Stakeholder Engagement provides a new point of entry for those concerned about the social and environmental impacts of mineral extraction.
CBI argues that insolvent cities should rethink declaring bankruptcy, and outlines a better alternative.
CBI tackles the unclear, and thus hotly debated, question of how coastal communities should respond to rising sea levels.
CBI works with senior government officials from across the Middle East and North Africa to explore how they can more effectively prepare in-country for international climate negotiations.
When citizens are asked to serve on committees charged with addressing complex problems, what is really being asked of them? How can facilitators help them meet the challenge?
Climate change poses a range of threats to communities around the world. What can communities do now to manage the risks?