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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.
When Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) threatened public health and drinking water safety, CBI helped convene regional summits and create 12 action plans to address water quality in New York.
A comprehensive, collaborative process built by stakeholders can create solutions to conflicts over natural resource scarcity in California.
In California, CBI has been arms-deep in the creation of groundwater sustainability agencies to face pressing issues of water management. Bartlett contributed a post on building consensus in the creation process.
CBI helps local South Florida stakeholders develop a shared vision for the Caloosahatchee River and its estuary.
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.
At its 20th Anniversary Symposium, CBI focuses on the most significant challenges and opportunities for collaboration to improve water governance.
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.
CBI shines a light on how mediation can be a useful approach in many federal wetland enforcement cases.
CBI facilitates a global process to help deepen and expand the impact of integrated river basin management.
Water Diplomacy offers a new approach to managing a resource that may determine the wealth, welfare, and stability of many countries in the 21st century - water. Susskind and Islam offer a framework that blends science, policy, and politics to manage water networks.