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CBI and Ceres bring together a coalition of organizations and investors, working to advocate for and support implementation of corporate non-deforestation palm oil commitments, to align on a shared set of expectations for greater transparency and consistent reporting on palm oil value chain sustainability.
CBI facilitates public forums across New England to provide citizen input into how to develop shared data and methods, and coordinate effectively among federal and state agencies for wide-ranging uses of U.S. territorial waters in the northeast Atlantic for the Northeast Regional Planning Body.
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 helps the North Carolina Leadership Forum identify the state’s socioeconomic challenges and outline possible solutions.
In partnership with the UN Country Team, the World Bank, and the European Union, CBI facilitates a meeting of over 100 international and Yemeni leaders and practitioners focused on humanitarian relief.
The American Academy of Pediatrics hires CBI to assist with creating a five-year strategic plan to maintain and enhance the organization’s relevance.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation brings in CBI to facilitate workshops, with the CEO and agency executives, to create a roadmap for its direction and strategic priorities forming the backbone of the Metro strategic plan.
Through the UONGOZI Institute, a national leadership development center, the Tanzanian government requests that CBI provide a highly-tailored, intensive training program on negotiating major oil, gas, and infrastructure contracts, designed for senior staff from key ministries.
CBI assists a research team from Macalester College in the design and planning of a series of public engagement workshops focusing on wind energy development in Massachusetts, Michigan, and Minnesota.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Science Impact Collaborative and the National Estuarine Research Reserve System partner with CBI on a two-year action research project to explore the potential of “serious games” to raise awareness about climate change adaptation.
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.