City & Metropolitan Planning faculty member Danya Rumore authors The Power of Collaborative Tinkering and Creative Problem Solving through the University of Utah S.J. Quincy College of Law EDRBlog:
Environmental and natural resource conflicts tend to be enormously complicated, emotionally and politically fraught, and seemingly intractable. Take, for example, issues such as conflict over public lands here in Utah. Or debates about what should be done to mitigate and adapt to global climate change. Those embroiled in such situations, and those observing things as they play out, often wonder: is there any potential for a good outcome – or even just a reasonable resolution?
Source (full story): The Power of Collaborative Tinkering and Creative Problem Solving
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