ELI’s Center for Business Environmental Strategy provides information, ideas, and networking opportunities for corporate environmental lawyers and executives to advance new solutions, improve performance, and advance sustainable development. The Center has four objectives:
Now we turn to the fundamental principles of negotiation strategy. You should be aware of these principles as you develop your own strategy and know that the other party will also be using them, particularly if it is a private company with the resources to hire professional negotiators.
Before beginning ADR, it is important to learn as much as you can about the problem you want to solve, because your understanding will determine how you approach the entire ADR process. In fact, your definition of the problem will probably change as you do more research. This section of the handbook will lead you through this critical first step, which may require a lot of time and effort.
Over the years, ELI has produced a variety of materials for environmental justice communities. The resources on this page can help all people understand environmental laws and exercise their rights.
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Presented by The Environmental Law Institute's
Constitutional Environmental Law Program
Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Do Endangered Species Act Challenges Still Have Teeth?
Do recent constitutional challenges to the Endangered Species Act threaten the continued viability of this vital statute? Or are the challenges reining in misuse of an overly broad federal mandate?
Responding to Environmental Impacts on Communities