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Working with senior colleagues active in coastal zone management, CONCUR Principal Scott McCreary co-lead a 12-nation workshop in Mbour, Senegal on integrated coastal zone management for West Africa. The meeting, co-sponsored by USAID, the US National Park’s Service’s International Program’s Division, and IUCN, brought together natural resource planners and managers from diverse perspectives to explore [...]
Analysis of Opportunities to Apply Environmental Dispute Resolution Principles to Transboundary Environmental Dispute Resolution on the US-Mexico Border (1987)
As part of an initiative for the Program the Process of International Negotiation, Scott McCreary served as lead author of an analysis of the prospects for applying environmental dispute resolution principles to the array of issues impinging on the Tijuana Estuary on the US-Mexico border. While the Estuary and adjacent upland harbors a rich [...]
Consensus planning process for Designation and Implementation of Tijuana Estuary as a National Estuarine Sanctuary (Research Reserve), situated directly on US-Mexico Border (1980-82)
While working with NOAA’s Office of Coastal Zone Management, the California Coastal Commission and the State Coastal Conservancy, Scott McCreary lead a successful consensus planning process with lead agencies, landowners, and scientists, and conservation advocates to establish the proposed Sanctuary boundaries and governance structure for this important protected area. He then served as lead author [...]