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How can environmental negotiators produce fairer, more efficient, more stable, and wiser results? This book distills lessons of the mutual gains approach taught to business leaders and regulators at Harvard and MIT seminars to more effectively handle environmental negotiations.
This video provides a Teacher's Guide Preview for Workable Peace, CBI's innovative secondary school curriculum, teaching, and learning project that integrates the study of intergroup conflict and the development of crucial civic and social skills into social studies and humanities classes.
CBI helps the World Wildlife Fund's Forest Goal Team refine its strategic focus and prepare for challenges, as it works with diverse sectors to promote responsible forest management and trade, as well as deforestation-free supply chains.
CBI conducts a study to evaluate multi-stakeholder dialogues run by the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, and identifies six key principles for effective dialogue.
When fishing activity off Hawaii inadvertently harms the local false killer whale population, CBI and CONCUR facilitate negotiations that lead to full consensus on management changes and research activities to reduce whale takes while preserving the fishing fleet's financial viability.
CBI helps build and support a team of federal and state scientists from across different disciplines and institutions to design the North American Bat Monitoring Initiative.
The U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management engage CBI to assess the public’s values, interests, and concerns related to Browns Canyon National Monument to inform the development of a national monument management plan.
The Nature Conservancy engages CBI to design and facilitate a global process to expand its Great Rivers Partnership to include new river basins, broaden its network of International River Basin Management partners, and establish a plan for integrated management.
CBI facilitates seven culturally sensitive, participatory consultation meetings between Native American Tribes and the U.S. Department of the Interior, which lead to a settlement implementation plan for one of the largest class action lawsuits in U.S. history.
CBI supports the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) with strategic planning, as well as facilitates and helps design WWF dialogues aimed at developing environmentally and socially responsible production standards for commodities and goods, including farmed seafood, beef, and timber.
CBI conducts an issues assessment and manages a negotiated rulemaking process to develop new rules governing off-road motor vehicle use within the Fire Island National Seashore.
CBI conducts an issues assessment and designs a stakeholder engagement process to address corporate-community conflict over public health concerns related to a pulp mill in western Maine.