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Q&A w/ the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program: Creating a culture of environmental collaboration | sustainableUTAH

Q&A w/ the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program: Creating a culture of environmental collaboration | sustainableUTAH
danya rumore

Danya Rumore joined the EDRP last summer after completing her PhD in Environmental Policy and Planning at MIT.

University of Utah City & Metropolitan Planning faculty member Danya Rumore shares her thoughts and work with the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program in a Q&A with Sustainable Utah:

The Environmental Dispute Resolution Program is a program based in the Wallace Stegner Center in the S.J. Quinney College of Law that promotes alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and collaborative processes as a means to address environmental and public policy conflicts in Utah and the mountain west. We do so through providing collaborative process design, facilitation, mediation, stakeholder engagement, public education, and capacity building services, as well as through academic instruction and research.

Source: Q&A w/ the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program: Creating a culture of environmental collaboration | sustainableUTAH
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