The role of training in providing opportunities for environmental and natural resource dispute resolution

@inproceedings{Wondolleck1988TheRO,
  title={The role of training in providing opportunities for environmental and natural resource dispute resolution},
  author={Julia M. Wondolleck},
  year={1988}
}
During the past 10 to 15 years, considerable attention has been devoted to the potential, as well as appropriateness, of collaboration and negotiation in resolving environmental and natural resource disputes (Amy 1987; Bacow and Wheeler 1984; Bingham 1986; Carpenter and Kennedy 1988; Cormick 1980; Susskind and Weinstein 1981). Alternative dispute resolution processes seem to make sense both conceptually and empirically as illustrated by their actual application to environmental and natural… CONTINUE READING

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