”Is There A Better Way to Solve Complex Environmental and Land-Use Conflicts? Lessons from Thirty Years of International Experience”
Aalto Course on Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
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MIT Professor Lawrence Susskind is a leading scholar and a practitioner in the field of environmental conflict resolution and consensus building in complex multiparty issues related to natural resources, energy and land-use. Susskind will be visiting Finland in June 2014 hosted by Akordi Oy (www.akordi.fi) and Aalto University.
Susskind will give an open public lecture:
Is There A Better Way to Solve Complex Environmental and Land-Use Conflicts? Lessons from Thirty Years of International Experience
Time: Monday 9. June at 9:00-11:30
Venue: Assembly Hall (Juhlasali) Aalto University School of Business, Runeberginkatu 14-16
Professor Susskind’s research interests focus on the theory and practice of negotiation and dispute resolution, te practice of public engagement in local decision-‐making, global environmental treaty-‐making, the resolution of science-‐ intensive policy disputes, renewable energy policy, climate change adaptation and the land claims of Indigenous Peoples. Professor Susskind is the author or co-‐author of fifteen books including, most recently, Water Diplomacy (Resources for the Future), Built to Win (Harvard Business School Publishing), Multiparty Negotiation (Sage), Breaking Robert’s Rules (Oxford), The Consensus Building Handbook (Sage), and Dealing with An Angry Public (Free Press). Professor Susskind is currently Director of the MIT Science Impact Collaborative and co-‐director of the Water Diplomacy Workshop. He is Founder of the Consensus Building Institute, a Cambridge-‐based, not-‐for-‐profit that provides environmental mediation services around the world. He also was one of the co-‐ founders of the interuniversity Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, where he now directs the MIT-‐Harvard Public Negotiations Program, serves as Vice Chair for Education, and co-‐directs the Negotiation Pedagogy Initiative.