Masters of the Mutual Gains Approach

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Dit webinar is het vierde van een serie van vier in het voorjaar van 2021. Het eerste webinar: (Mis)understadings about BATNA kunt u hier terugkijken. Het tweede webinar Culturele barrières bij het toepassen van het Mutual Gains gedachtegoed kunt u hier terugkijken. Het derde webinar: Self-knowledge as a source of power in negotiations kunt u hier terugkijken.

Resolving Land and Energy Conflicts

There is no free lunch! Energy siting is a complex endeavour rife with high risk, high uncertainty, and the one certainty that one constituency or another will be angry and opposed. And this holds true whether the energy project is a gas and oil pipeline or an offshore renewable wind project. There are no “good guys” in energy siting, however noble the policy goal may be in protecting our planet, creating jobs, or fuelling our advanced economies. But, negotiation theory and practice do offer lessons for how to approach such cases. Meaningful if imperfect engagement is possible. This webinar will explore the sources of energy siting conflict in the USA, offer case examples of using mutual gains negotiation to improve processes if not outcomes, and conclude with key principles to inform better energy siting processes.

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Any questions for Patrick Field can be posted before Wednesday June 2nd. The email address to send in questions can be found in the confirmation email you receive after registering.

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Patrick Field

On Patrick Field

Patrick Field was until recently Managing Director at the Consensus Building Institute and Associate Director of the MIT-Harvard Public Disputes Program. For 24 years, he has built consensus and collaboration capacity on complex public and organizational issues in the U.S. and Canada. His primary focus is building agreements on and finding solutions for the built and natural environment across sectors, interests, disciplines, and organizations.

Patrick has worked with major industrial sectors in energy, mining, construction and development, and food and agriculture. His cases have involved energy facility siting, river, estuarine and groundwater restoration, food system and sustainable agriculture policy and programs, land use and transportation projects and wildlife management.

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MGA voor participatieve verduurzaming

Online vanuit Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam

Maandag 7 juni 2021 - 15.00 uur

Samen met het MGA-netwerk organiseren wij dit jaar het MGA-event. Maandag 7 juni vanaf 15.00 uur kun je workshops volgen waarin de rol van MGA in mondiale maatschappelijke vraagstukken zoals verduurzaming, klimaatverandering en de energietransitie centraal staan. Participatie is daarbij van groot belang. Met diverse workshops én de uitreiking van de allereerste Frans Evers Award for MGA.

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Middagprogramma:

  • Online welkom vanuit Pakhuis de Zwijger
  • Workshops
  • Uitreiking Frans Evers Award for MGA

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