The Consensus Building Institute, in collaboration with the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and the MIT-Harvard Public Disputes Program, has produced a guide for state environmental and natural resource agencies that wish to use more collaborative approaches to engagement.
"My job is to listen, and to encourage others to be excellent listeners." Mil Niepold discusses four key elements that create and maintain a strong verification system.
CBI and MIT's Science Impact Collaborative have recently been selected as finalists in MIT's Climate CoLab contest.
CBI facilitated a WWF Forests Meeting in Panama, leading to collaborative, productive, and insightful work on how to meet WWF’s strategic forest goals in a unified way.
Land use disputes are increasingly taking up our time and producing unsatisfying results. A new approach to resolving conflict based on mutual gains may provide a better way to manage the most challenging situations.
CBI and the Lincoln Institute of Land Use are pleased to announce the release of a new book, "Land in Conflict: Managing and Resolving Land Use Disputes". This practical guide to addressing land use conflict with the mutual gains approach was written by Ona Ferguson, CBI Senior Associate; Pat Field, CBI Managing Director; and, Sean Nolon, Director of the Dispute Resolution Program at Vermont Law School.
Pat Field is featured in a podcast discussing 4 ways to move land use decisions in the right direction.
CBI Senior Mediator, Mil Niepold, is lead adviser for Mondelez International's Cocoa Life monitoring, evaluation and verification framework. The Wall Street Journal published a press release detailing Cocoa Life's increased commitments to promote women's empowerment in cocoa farming.
A “Devising Seminar” can help parties in conflict imagine (or devise) a set of alternatives or options that could help address complex situations with multi-sectoral interests.
Este foro se llama un "Seminario Elaborador" (“Devising Seminar”) - un término con raíces históricas en una variedad de actividades facilitadas en los últimos años por afiliados al Programa de Negociación de la Universidad de Harvard Law School para ayudar a las partes imaginar (o elaborar) un conjunto de alternativas u opciones que podría ayudar a abordar situaciones complejas con intereses multi-sectoriales.