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CBI works with Chilean farmed salmon companies and communities to improve the industry’s social performance.
In the Vina Basin in Northern California, the entire community is 100 percent reliant on groundwater for all water needs. CBI’s Senior Mediator Tania Carlone is helping the basin establish a groundwater sustainability agency and address the central issue of how to design a governance structure that will support the collaborative development of a sustainability plan for a basin where everyone has a stake.
Merrick Hoben and David Plumb explain three process observations from their work with palm oil and salmon in Latin America.
Sometimes designing a legitimate dispute resolution process for a company requires examining both their responsibilities as well as deeper structural problems. This is no easy thread to tie.
In this video, CBI documents its work with a start-up energy company in northern Chile and the local fishing community on strategies for addressing community concerns about the pumped energy storage project that the company is seeking to build, and on building constructive longer-term relationships.
CBI analyzes the valuable impact networks can have on cross-organization information sharing and collaborative work.
CBI’s 20th Anniversary Symposium brings together an extraordinary, global group of colleagues to generate ideas on how collaboration can help mitigate and resolve present and future conflicts.
On its 20th Anniversary, CBI explores how collaborative dialogue and effort has helped engineer integrated, broad-scale responses to the complex challenges of global strategies for food.
Drawing from multiple case experiences, this article shows that global supply chain management in the 21st century requires more than just token Corporate Social Responsiblity or sustainability initiatives. Companies must adopt a mutual gains approach to maximize value for themselves and others.
CBI works with the World Wildlife Fund to facilitate the development of global standards that address key negative impacts from the expanding aquaculture industry.
The World Wildlife Fund asks CBI to help coordinate a global consensus-based standard setting process that will result in scientific and credible social and environmental performance measures for aquaculture.
CBI provides highly tailored negotiation training and coaching to Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies, with direct application to market access negotiations.