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Negotiation-Based Approaches to the Settlement of Environmental Disputes in Canada

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Dorcey, Anthony H.J.; Riek, Christine L.
Conference: The Place of Negotiation in EIA Processes: Institutional Considerations
Location: Toronto, Canada
Conf. Date: February 19-20
Date: 1987
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/8135
Sector: Theory
Region: North America
Subject(s): common pool resources
conflict resolution
Abstract: "This paper examines the nature and scope of environmental disputes, the governance processes that have been used in managing environmental resources, and the negotiation mechanisms that could potentially be used to solve disputes and how they fit into governance processes. We then summarize 32 case studies of negotiation for resolving environmental disputes in Canada and determine what factors might contribute to negotiation success. Finally, we suggest future directions for research guidelines for continued experimentation with negotiation-based approaches in Canada."

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