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CBI designs and implements a community engagement process to explore local interests and concerns regarding a proposed wind energy project working with a team of representatives from the Orton Family Foundation, and the Town and the Village of Manchester, Vermont.
CBI designs and facilitates a structured, integrated decision-making process for the Massachusetts Military Reservation Superfund cleanup site, with a focus on inter-agency negotiation and stakeholder engagement.
CBI assists the National Park Service and Cape Cod National Seashore and stakeholders to develop a plan for maintaining historic dune shacks and providing public access in a manner that is consistent with important traditions and historic qualities.
CBI serves as consultant to the Getty Conservation Institute on a project to improve heritage professionals' capacity to constructively engage stakeholders around the sustainable management of cultural heritage places.
The International Finance Corporation asks CBI to assess Argentine and Uruguayan stakeholder concerns and facilitate their involvement in a review of two controversial paper mills on the Rio Uruguay.
CBI helps the Alberta Environmental Appeals Board build its capacity for mediation by providing customized trainings, revising their policies, and evaluating the effectiveness of their program.
CBI helps KeepSpace, an initiative of Rhode Island Housing, by providing facilitated, collaborative stakeholder engagement with residents, local businesses, nonprofit organizations, and municipal and state agencies in three Rhode Island communities.
CBI partners with the Middle East think-tank Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information to create the Joint Environmental Mediation Service, which trains Israelis and Palestinians in mediation and negotiation and supervises trainees as they mediate active disputes.
CBI helps the town of Falmouth, Maine improve land use planning by conducting a stakeholder assessment, engaging community members, and producing a final report of recommendations.
Through Greater Boston Breathes Better and the Boston Air Quality Working Group, CBI facilitates a coalition of public, private, and government entities working to improve air quality in Boston and manages a related effort to bring together researchers, policy makers, and community advocates to discuss air quality issues.
CBI conducts an issues assessment around a contentious Superfund cleanup site in Stratford, Connecticut and facilitates a community advisory committee.
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.