Hawaii's Stored Water: Where we have been and where do we go next?
  1. Hawaii's Stored Water: Where we have been and where do we go next?

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    As Hawaii looks at the issue of increasing the supply of freshwater, one of the questions that arises is what is the role of stored water in addressing that issue. The Freshwater Initiative of the Hawaii Community Foundation contracted with the Collaborative Leaders Network to reach out to knowledgeable individuals who represent the various points‐of‐view.

  2. The Ok Tedi Negotiations

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    Between November 2005 and June 2007, a team from The Keystone Center helped organize and implement a multiparty negotiation process aimed at increased redress for people affected by river contamination from the Ok Tedi Mine in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Ok Tedi is often cited as one of the worst man‐made environmental disasters in the world. It […]

  3. Taro Security and Purity Task Force

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    The legislatively mandated Taro Security and Purity Task Force was asked to assist the state in creating legislation that would protect the future of taro growing in Hawaii while considering economic development, bio‐security and bio‐prospecting, cultural, land, and water issues. Task force members would include taro farmers from each island, public sector…

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This section includes the story of how the Collaborative Leaders Network (CLN) came about and a description of the team of facilitators behind the strategies offered here.

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