U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution
Participants experience training that is dynamic, problem-based, and highly interactive. Each course provides opportunities
to practice new ECCR skills through exercises that simulate real-life situations, peer-to-peer sharing, and lively discussions
on immediate challenges in ECCR. These courses are open to the public.
Both trainers were very knowledgeable and friendly—asking questions and voicing opinions were encouraged, which contributed
to a positive learning environment—participants were encouraged to learn from each other and from the trainers.
- 410: Advanced Multi-Party Negotiation of Environmental Disputes participant
Our current course offerings are displayed in the table below. To register, please click the “Register” link for your desired
course in the table below.
If you would like additional information about any of our course offerings, please contact the U.S. Institute’s
101: Introduction to Environmental Collaboration and Conflict Resolution|
An introduction to environmental collaboration and conflict resolution (ECCR) - what it is, when and how to use it. Includes interest-based problem solving, assessment of environmental disputes, and communication essentials.
|Please click the register link below!|
|August 27 - 28, 2019|
U.S. Institute Office
130 S. Scott Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
Collaboration in NEPA|
Integrate effective collaboration into environmental planning and review under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Based on guidance from the President’s Council on Environmental Quality Collaboration in NEPA - A Handbook for NEPA Practitioners.
|This course is currently under development! Please contact Training@udall.gov to receive updates in 2020|
Collaboration with Native Nations and Tribal Consultation|
Intended for Federal agencies and representatives of Native Nations engaged in Government-to-Government (G2G) interactions who want to improve intergovernmental relations. Develop, through exposure to a broad range of concepts and skills, awareness of the many facets of G2G consulting including history, law, policy, sovereignty, protocol, collaboration, communication skills, and available resources.
|This is one of our flagship courses!|
Crafting Collaborative Solutions to Environmental Conflicts|
Skill-building in complex, multi-party negotiations and group dynamics for environmental collaboration and conflict resolution. At the end of the course, the participants will have an improved understanding of environmental collaboration and conflict resolution, understand how to develop a process to address those issues and how to guide a group through the process.