Promise and Performance Of Environmental Conflict Resolution / Edition 1

Promise and Performance Of Environmental Conflict Resolution / Edition 1

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1891853643
ISBN-13:
9781891853647
Pub. Date:
08/01/2003
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
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Overview

Promise and Performance Of Environmental Conflict Resolution / Edition 1

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. This is the first book to evaluate systematically the results of these efforts. The contributions to this book critically investigate the record and potential of ECR, drawing on perspectives from political science, public administration, regional planning, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, and law.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781891853647
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 08/01/2003
Series: RFF Press Ser.
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 398
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Gail Bingham
Preface
About the Contributors
Part I
Introduction
1. The Challenges of Environmental Conflict Resolution
Lisa Bingham, Kirk Emerson, Tina Nabatchi, Rosemary O'Leary, and John Stephens
2. Whose Reality Counts?
Juliana E. Birkhoff and Kem Lowry
Part II
Upstream Environmental Conflict Resolution
3. Dispute Resolution as a Method of Public Participation
Thomas C. Beierle and Jerry Cayford
4. Is Satisfaction Success? Evaluating Public Participation in Regulatory Policymaking
Cary Coglianese
Part III
Midstream Environmental Conflict Resolution
5. Intractable Conflict
Marcia Caton Campbell
6. Achievement of Relationship Change
Tamra Pearson D'Estree
7. Retrospective and Prospective Frame Elicitation
Sanda Kaufman and Barbara Gray
8. Facilitators, Coordinators, and Outcomes
William Leach and Paul Sabatier
Part IV
Downstream Environmental Conflict Resolution at the State and Federal Levels
9. Evaluation of Environmental Dispute Resolution Programs
Andy Rowe
10. An Evaluation System for State and Federal Conflict Resolution Programs: The Policy Consensus Initiative
Kirk Emerson and Chris Carlson
11. State Agency Administrative Mediation: A Florida Trial
Frances Stokes Berry, Bruce Stiftel, and Aysin Dedkorkut
12. Court-Annexed Environmental Mediation: The District of Oregon Pilot Project
Lisa A. Kloppenberg
13. Dispute Resolution at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Rosemary O'Leary and Susan Raines
Part V
Downstream Environmental Conflict Resolution and Outcome Measures
14. The Assessment of Environmental Outcomes
Mette Brogden
15. Economic Characteristics of Successful Outcomes
Bonnie Colby
Part VI
Conclusion
16. Fulfilling the Promise of Environmental Conflict Resolution
Lisa Bingham, David Fairman, Dan Fiorino, and Rosemary O'Leary
Index

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