Corporate Stakeholder Engagement (CSE) provides a new point of entry for those concerned about the social and environmental impacts of mineral extraction.
CBI Board members Linda Singer, Michael Lewis, and Kenneth Feinberg recently received awards at the annual American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference, which took place from April 18-21 in Washington D.C.
At this May 10, 2012 workshop, CBI, The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, and the The Trustees of Reservations' Putnam Conservation Institute will present relevant strategies and best practices for managing and engaging in successful partnerships.
CONCUR and CBI are pleased to announce the strengthening bond of our two organizations. Beginning in March 2012, CONCUR Principal Scott McCreary will team with CBI as a Strategic Partner. By formalizing our affiliation, CONCUR and CBI can provide comprehensive services across the nation and internationally, drawing on over 40 years of combined multi-party consensus building experience.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently named CBI/Raab Associates' Facilitating Wind Energy Siting Workshop a "Wind Powering America Success Story".
The Department of Interior recently selected CBI's Managing Director Patrick Field and Senior Associate Rachel Milner Gillers to facilitate the U.S. Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), part of the Obama administration's Open Government Partnership. As facilitators, CBI will assist the U.S. in developing an effective outreach and engagement process as it readies the U.S. application for candidacy to the global EITI, a voluntary, multi-national initiative promoting transparency in reporting revenues received for oil, gas, and mineral development.
CBI recently completed its report for the UNDG, titled "UN Country Teams Engaging in National Policy Dialogue: Lessons from the Field," assessing how effective UN Country Teams have been in their efforts to engage in “upstream” policy dialogue with senior government counterparts.
Lawrence Susskind, CBI Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer, Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at MIT, was featured in a December 15 Reuters article by Roberta Rampton analyzing recent disputes within the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Coastal cities around the world face rising sea levels, but the speed at which the water is rising and nature of the impacts are not clear. Even more unclear, and thus hotly debated, is the question of how any given community should respond.
CBI works with senior government officials from across the Middle East and North Africa to explore how they can more effectively prepare domestically for the international stage.