Creating value: a hidden benefit of environmental dispute resolution in Australia and the United States
Moore, S.A. and Lee, R.G. (1998) Creating value: a hidden benefit of environmental dispute resolution in Australia and the United States. Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 9 (1). pp. 11-21.
Creating value is one of the great benefits of environmental dispute resolution. This article provides practical examples of creating value from case studies of environmental disputes in the United States and Australia. Value is created by realising latent shared interests; building relationships; developing new shared interests; working with differences; and developing co-ordinated management. Key findings were the importance of working with differences as well as similarities, the importance of relationships in creating valuable outcomes, and the importance of recognising the interdependence of the ways in which value is created.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
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