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Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at MIT and Founder of Consensus Building Institute, has been an MIT faculty member for 32 years and currently heads the Environmental Policy Group. At Harvard Law School, where he helped to found the Program on Negotiation, he teaches the Advanced Negotiation Workshop and heads the Public Dispute Resolution Program. Through the Consensus Building Institute, Susskind has pioneered the development of environmental dispute resolution techniques and is currently involved in consensus building efforts in Israel, Canada, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, and Holland as well as collaborative efforts with the United States Geological Survey and EPA's Office of Environmental Justice. Susskind is the author of sixteen books including the prize-winning Dealing with An Angry Public (Free Press, 1995) and The Consensus Building Handbook (1999).
Lecture 1: Opening Questions
as author at MIT 11.969 Workshop on Deliberative Democracy and Dispute Resolution - Summer 2005,