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This two-day interactive course provides leaders with the tools they need to assess the impacts of climate change, manage risks, and improve every day decision-making on this topic.
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.
Climate change poses a range of threats to communities around the world. What can communities do now to manage the risks?
Role-play simulations are no game. CBI has used simulations to help high-level leaders around the world talk about tough political choices, consider new perspectives, and incorporate climate change risks into short- and long-term decision-making.
CBI facilitates the work of an innovative public-private partnership to meet Massachusetts' climate change goals.
CBI uses tailored role-play simulations to assess and address climate risks in Ghana and Vietnam.
The Hudson Estuarine Research Reserve asks CBI to facilitate a collaborative project that aims to gather and distribute data on how to best manage shorelines in light of projected sea level rise.
CBI facilitates dialogues about climate change policies and practices within the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In this article, Susskind et al. argue that the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program has implemented collaborative planning and adaptive management ineffectively, largely due to Congress and the Department of the Interior’s deficient initial design.
Susskind and Paul detail use of an innovative negotiation role-play that demonstrates the key challenges and policy options coastal communities face when addressing the risk of climate change.
Over the next 50 years, some coastal communities in the U.S. may be forced to deal with climate change as a potential existential threat. In this article, Susskind et al. discuss the requirements for and barriers to corrective action.