Supporting the Negotiation Process To Obtain What Is Deserved

Risk Sharing Mechanisms for Brownfields Redevelopment

Automatic Savings
Long-term operations and maintenance (O&M) costs of environmental remediation systems often dwarf engineering and remedial construction costs, but they don's have...

A Multiobjective Analysis Model for Negotiations in Regional Water Resources Allocation

Building Alliances with Resource Agencies and River Stakeholders through a Negotiated Settlement

Creative Conflict Resolution - Don Pedro Hydroelectric Project, California

Negotiating Middle East Water Management: Lessons from Other International River Basins

Alternative Dispute Resolution Don Pedro Hydroelectric Project, California

Successful Negotiations and Strategies
This chapter discusses strategies for a successful negotiation....

The Case for Water Markets as the Best Means for Effective Water Allocation
Water markets have a potential for providing flexible and efficient mechanisms for allocating water among alternative uses. In order for markets to emerge It is necessary for private rights...

Flood Risk Management: New Concepts for an Objective Negotiation
It has been tested in a real situation like the Bourbre catch ment, a Rhone tributary in the Isere department, not far from Lyon (France). This catchment is 700 km large, the river is...

Theoretical Foundations for Computer-Supported Negotiation

A User's Guide to Federal Architect
Engineer Contracts
The User's Guide to Architect-Engineer Contracts explores the process of selecting architect-engineer firms to perform design...

Rules for Success in Environmental Negotiation

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) for Construction: Mediation as a Means of Alternative Dispute Resolution

Negotiating Equity for Management of DOE Wastes

Secretary of Energy Review of the Civilian Radioactive Waste Management Program

The ICR; $130 Million of Water Quality Monitoring

Development of an Intergovernmental Agreement For a Major Multi-Party Recharge Project in Central Arizona
The Salt River Project (SRP), a major power and water utility in the Phoenix area, and several municipalities recently completed the development of an intergovernmental agreement (IGA)...

Reoperation of Existing Reservoirs to Serve Changing Needs: Observations on Institutional Inertia, Conflict, and Efficiency
The 'reoperation' of a reservoir system may in some circumstances provide a non-structural alternative for addressing changing water storage needs resulting from population growth or other...

 

 

 

 

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