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    Negotiation Pedagogy Conference 2019

    Lawrence Susskind, Lara SanPietro

    Session video from speakers at the 2019 Negotiation Pedagogy Conference
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    Offshore Wind Farm Negotiation

    MIT Students in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, under the supervision of Prof. Lawrence Susskind and Dr. Herman Karl
    8-party nonscorable negotiation among commercial, environmental, and governmental stakeholders over a controversial proposal to develop offshore wind farms
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    Pearl River: Negotiating the Future of Dams

    Natallia Leuchanka Diessner, Catherine M. Ashcraft, Weiwei Mo, and Cuihong Song Seven-party, facilitated, multi-issue negotiation simulation for eight or nine participants about the management of dams in a coastal basin.
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    Prioritizing Climate Change Adaptation MeasuresAgricultural Planning in the Bien Gio River Delta

    Elizabeth Fierman under the supervision of David Fairman, David Plumb, Lawrence Susskind, Philip Angell, and Kelly Levin
    Eight-party negotiation (with option for a ninth person facilitator) regarding climate change issues in a situation loosely based on the situation in Viet Nam.
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    Puerto Mauricio Development Conflict Simulation – Parts I & IIMultiple stakeholders must engage in a debate about land use and measure any agreement against the rules of an inter-governmental committee.

    Mieke van der Wansem, Tracy Dyke and Lawrence Susskind
    Thirteen-person, multi-issue, two-round, partially scoreable negotiation among government, industry, environmental, and farming stakeholders to develop a land-use plan (Part I) and among additional government stakeholders over plan approval (Part II)
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    Radwaste I

    Tod Loofbourrow, Lawrence Susskind, Denise Madigan and Wendy Rundle
    Seven-party, multi-issue, scoreable negotiation among regulatory, environmental, tribal, local government, and industry representatives to choose criteria for selecting a low-level radioactive waste disposal site
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    Radwaste II

    Tod Loofbourrow, Lawrence Susskind, Denise Madigan and Wendy Rundle
    Six-party, multi-issue negotiation among state and local government, enviromental, and industry representatives to select one of three sites for low-level radioactive waste disposal
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    River Bend

    Kelly Davenport with Patrick Field and Lawrence Susskind
    Two-team, four-issue negotiation between three members of a Native Canadian band and three representatives of Calgary Central Gas over a planned pipeline through the band's reservation; includes internal team negotiations as well as external negotiation
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    Rockwell Quarry

    Todd Bryan, Alexandra Mitchell, Hilary Collins, and Sarah Fordyce Bock
    Five-party, multi-issue negotiation among elected officials, property owners, and a gravel company over a permit for a gravel quarry in a recreationally valuable canyon
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    Rushing River Cleanup

    Bruce Patton
    Three-party, scoreable, single-issue negotiation among three manufacturers over two- or three-party coalitions for complying with waste cleanup regulations; variation of Three-Party Coalition Exercise
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    Siting an Asphalt Plant in the City of Madrona

    Jason Corburn and Lawrence Susskind
    Six-party, multi-issue negotiation among community representatives, elected leaders, environmental and health experts, and asphalt company regarding siting of an asphalt plant in a racially mixed neighborhood
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    Solar Power

    Georg Berkel
    Two-party, one-issue distributive negotiation about the acquisition of a renewable energy firm
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    The Mercury Negotiation SimulationExplore the consequences of representing scientific uncertainty in a policy context

    Leah C. Stokes, Lawrence Susskind, and Noelle E. Selin
    This mercury game is a role-play simulation aimed at scientists, students and decision makers. Playing the game will help participants explore the consequences of representing scientific uncertainty in various ways in a policy context.
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    Water on the West Bank

    Susan Podziba and Lawrence Susskind
    Seven-person, four-issue mediation among three Israeli water authority and regional representatives and three Palestinian water authority and political representatives over plans to drill a new well on the West Bank
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    Water UseHelping Cities Adapt to Climate Change Risks (I)

    Evan Thomas Paul and Jessica Agatstein under the direction of Professor Lawrence Susskind
    This is a six-party, multi-issue negotiation game involving environmental, economic, social, and political interests in a city where the water infrastructure is inefficient and not up to the task of coping with extreme water events.


    Parties: 6. Time Req'd: 1-2 hrs. Teaching Notes: Yes.
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    West Wind in Pine Hills

    A 2-participant, 2-issue, scorable negotiation between a wind company rep and a rural community rep about a proposed wind turbine project