How Can Conservation Organizations Help Development Go Where It “Should”?

Bradford S. Gentry, Evan F. Ray and Gina Schrader.

Report Number 28.
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Complete Report (104 pages)
Berkley_Conservation_Organizations_Complete.pdf
Report of the 2011 Berkley Workshop, held at the IslandWood Center, Bainbridge Island, Washington
July 2011

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Title Page
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Table of Contents
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Introduction
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Workshop Summary
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Section 1
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Why is This an Important Question Now?
Section 2
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Supporting Sustainable Approaches to Building Infrastructure
Section 3
section3.pdf
Where and How Should Energy Projects Be Sited?
Section 4
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How Might We Think About Smart Infrastructure Corridors?
Section 5
section5.pdf
Developing a New Approach to Water Infrastructure
Section 6
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Saying “Yes” – Tools, Strategies and Opportunities for Supporting Development
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