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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.
CBI assists the Water Research Foundation in developing a roadmap for source water protection for U.S. drinking water utilities.
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.
CBI helps build consensus among diverse stakeholders for structuring a new groundwater agency, the Salinas Valley Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency, required by California's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
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 meetings on hydraulic fracturing for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, bringing together technical experts from across the country.
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 helps Delaware organize and convene a policy dialogue on financing wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, incorporating stakeholders from across the state.
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.