Mediating Environmental Conflicts: Theory and Practice

Mediating Environmental Conflicts: Theory and Practice

Mediating Environmental Conflicts: Theory and Practice

Mediating Environmental Conflicts: Theory and Practice

Synopsis

Fresh examination of environmental mediation by 28 experts from diverse perspectives; stresses need for mediated dispute resolution as alternative to litigation; calls for communitarian approach; explores conceptual foundations and conflicts resistant to mediation; and answers "How do we know what we know?" Addresses communities, value of citizen participation, and EPA regulatory negotiation; explores ethics and social justice; and considers future challenges and issues confronting theory and practice. Case studies analyze nuclear waste siting, highway design, wilderness designation, field burning, and Environmental Impact Statement development. Intended for alternative dispute resolution practitioners, scholars, students, and citizen environmentalists.
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