Supporting the Negotiation Process To Obtain What Is Deserved

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...

Risk Sharing Mechanisms for Brownfields Redevelopment

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....

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...

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

Rules for Success in Environmental Negotiation

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

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...

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

 

 

 

 

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