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Join us as we celebrate and learn more about Dr. Joshua Fisher’s new book, Managing Environmental Conflict (Columbia University Press). This book provides a framework for engaging stakeholders in environmental peacebuilding. It merges ecological models with good practices in conflict management to illustrate ways to rebuild social capital, enhance trust, and design more effective environmental governance to address wicked problems.Following a discussion with Dr. Fisher, guests will have the opportunity to network and connect during a cocktail reception. Hosted by the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program.
Josh Fisher (Research Scientist at The Climate School, Columbia University & Director of the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation Conflict and Complexity) received his PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University, where he studied the ecological drivers of armed conflict. His work coupled geospatial statistics, remote sensing, and econometric modeling to develop spatially explicit forecast models of the likelihood of armed conflict. He received his MS from Utah State University in Political Science and his BS in International Law and Environmental Policy. In addition to his academic work, Dr. Fisher has worked in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America on environmental management and poverty reduction. He has worked with conservation organizations, private sector firms, and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management on natural resource governance and biodiversity conservation issues. Dr. Fisher's current work focuses on natural resource management and governance as tools for conflict prevention. Dr. Fisher also teaches in the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NECR) program at Columbia University's School of Professional Studies (SPS).
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