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Whereas some case studies from the previous Sustainable Communities Network website are no longer available, Sustainability in Action: Profiles of Community Initiatives Across the United States is included on this website and is available in PDF format. These profiles of sustainability initiatives, one from each state and the District of Columbia, were originally prepared in 1995 for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Urban and Economic Development Office which became the Office of Sustainable Communities in 2010.
The Center for Global Initiatives is a catalyst for the innovative work of faculty and students at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. It is nimble and entrepreneurial in its approach to fostering initiatives that deepen knowledge and understanding of our complex world. For its work, the Center is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as one of only eleven National Resources Centers in Global Studies. The goal of the Center for Global Initiatives is three-fold:
You are here: EPA Home Solid Waste and Emergency Response Community Engagement Initiative Community Engagement Initiative Overview The EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Community Engagement Initiative (CEI) is designed to enhance OSWER and regional offices’ engagement with local communities and stakeholders to help them meaningfully participate in government decisions on land cleanup, emergency preparedness and response, and the management of hazardous substances and waste. Learn more about CEI . Public Review Requested
Dexter is the founder of Intrinsic Consulting, LLC, a public involvement, citizen outreach, and stakeholder facilitation firm headquartered in Flagstaff, Arizona, and specializing in environmental, community infrastructure, and transportation issues. He is a Navajo tribal member and traditionalist, with ties to the Hopi Reservation and experience with many tribes and rural communities in the Southwest and across the US. Dexter has presented at a variety of conferences and symposia throughout the US, most recently at the 2007 Navajo Transportation Conference in Albuquerque.
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Water Conflict Chronology In an ongoing effort to understand the connections between water resources, water systems, and international security and conflict, the Pacific Institute initiated a project in the late 1980s to track and categorize events related to water and conflict, which has been continuously updated since. Our new format, updated November 2009, presents the information three ways, to better illustrate how conflicts over water impact history: View the Water Conflict Chronology (updated 11/09) Changes to Chronology Reflect New Data Recent world events from the Middle East to China to India to Ethiopia and other regions have, unfortunately, continued to lead to new entries.
The Conflict Prevention and Resolution Center (CPRC) is the EPA's primary resource for services and expertise in the areas of consensus-building, collaborative problem solving, alternative dispute resolution, and environmental conflict resolution. CPRC provides the following services to EPA managers and staff: Assistance in retaining professional facilitators and mediators experienced in environmental conflicts. Workshops and seminars aimed at strengthening staff negotiation and consensus-building skills. Situation assessments and stakeholder assessments , aimed at helping parties to identify the best way to move forward and building support.
Collaboration: The Power of WE the People National Satellite Broadcast December 7th, 1998 This is a web version of the Collaboration CD-ROM Training Program Manual authored by
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