Examples of Improving Environmental Decision Making
Prevent | Collaborate | Resolve
Workable Solutions to Environmental Conflict
Environmental conflicts can present particularly complex problems with serious consequences.
The U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, an independent and impartial federal program, has a mission
and history of helping people find workable solutions to tough environmental conflicts ... anywhere in the U.S.
Conflict may be inevitable, but there are ways to turn conflict into collaboration. We can help you move forward together.
Sage-Grouse Range-Wide Issues Forum
Petitions to protect the Greater Sage-grouse under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) began in 1999. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ultimately decided that the listing was “not warranted.” Yet these petitions prompted states with Sage-grouse populations to begin conse
Politics and issues come and go, but in the end, we'll all be remembered for the way we treat other people.
Morris K. Udall
Did you know...?
The U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution is a program of the
Udall Foundation, an independent federal agency based in Tucson, Arizona.
The Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation is one of five federal foundations established
by Congress. The other four federal foundations include the Christopher Columbus Foundation, Barry M. Goldwater Foundation, James
Madison Foundation, and the Harry S. Truman Foundation. Like those foundations, the Udall Foundation
grants college scholarships and fellowships. It also conducts the Native American Congressional Internship program each summer in