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    Rosemary O'Leary,Lisa Bingham
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Environmental conflict resolution (ECR) is a process of negotiation that allows stakeholders in a dispute to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement on their own . has been added to your Cart.

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Rosemary O'Leary and Lisa Bingham argue that truly effective use of ECR requires something more than advocacy. The Promise and Performance of Environmental Conflict Resolution provides scholars, policymakers, students, and practitioners with critical assessments, so that ECR can be used to its best advantage.

Promise and performance of environmental conflict resolution. R O'leary, L Bingham. Lessons learned from two decades of alternative dispute resolution programs and processes at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Conclusion: Parallel play, not collaboration: Missing questions, missing connections. LB Bingham, R O’Leary. R O’Leary, SS Raines.

Cite this publication. First, the method of the graph model for conflict resolution (GMCR) is extended to apply to this conflict with incomplete information, and the coordination system for the conflict with. incomplete information is proposed.

5 cm, ISBN 1 891853 64 3 paperback, US$ 3. 5, Washington, DC, USA: Resources for the Future Press, 2003. Saleem H. Ali. Published: 1 March 2005. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781136522970, 1136522972. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781891853654, 1891853651.

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Rosemary O’Leary and Lisa B. Bingham, 111–128 (Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2003).

50. Fisher, William Ury, and Bruce Patton, Getting to Yes, 1991. Rosemary O’Leary and Lisa B. 73. Dean G. Pruitt, et a. Long-term Success in Mediation, 1993.

Environmental conflict resolution (ECR) is a process of negotiation that allows stakeholders in a dispute to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement on their own terms. The tools of ECR, such as facilitation, mediation, and conflict assessment, suggest that it fits well with other ideas for reforming environmental policy. First used in 1974, ECR has been an official part of policymaking since the mid 1990s. The Promise and Performance of Environmental Conflict Resolution is the first book to systematically evaluate the results of these efforts. The Promise and Performance of Environmental Conflict Resolution presents empirical research along with insights from some of ECR�s most experienced practitioners. Beginning with a primer about concepts and methods, the book describes the kinds of disputes where ECR has been applied, making it clear that 'despite the faith of proponents in the power and usefulness of ECR, it is not applicable to all environmental conflicts.' The contributions that follow critically investigate the record and potential of ECR, drawing on perspectives from political science, public administration, regional planning, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, and law. ECR is being extended to almost every area of environmental policy. Rosemary O'Leary and Lisa Bingham argue that truly effective use of ECR requires something more than advocacy. The Promise and Performance of Environmental Conflict Resolution provides scholars, policymakers, students, and practitioners with critical assessments, so that ECR can be used to its best advantage.