Recent Submissions

  • Tactics for negotiating agreements through collaborative decision-making processes 

    Contributor:Lynn, Jewlya; Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2006-01
    Negotiation has been used in many natural resource dialogues, including a wide range of watershed issues. According to the legislation authorizing the Interbasin Compact Charter, a framework for negotiation is an essential ...
  • Connecting Colorado : overcoming the disconnects that lead to health disparities 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2007-03
  • Forest and rangeland management in the intermountain west : emerging opportunities for collaboration 

    Contributor:Swanson, Louis E.; Cheng, Tony; Davis, Charles E.; Fiege, Mark T.; Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2006-08
    Forest and Rangeland Management uses current examples from the western U.S. to examine the principles of collaborative resource management. It finds evidence that groups can be innovative and effective, particularly when ...
  • Systems of care literature review 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy; Jefferson County (Colo.). Division of Human Services
    Date:2004?
    Systems of Care (SOC) was developed for the delivery of children's mental health services (Stroul and Friedman, 1996). Given the complexity of services needed, the number of agencies involved in the child's life as well ...
  • Community capacity assessment 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy; Jefferson County (Colo.). Division of Human Services
    Date:2005-02
  • Bio-pharming in Colorado : a guide to issues for making informed choices 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date:2004-10
    Making informed decisions about bio-pharming in Colorado comes down to case-by-case analysis of economic-development benefits and health, environmental and market-related risks. Raising genetically engineered crops for ...
  • Living in the Rocky Mountain West, 2025 : series preview 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date Issued:2005
    The Rocky Mountain West is an area of unique resources and opportunities. This paper introduces a series of six white papers forthcoming from the Colorado Institute of Public Policy. Paper topics include: Water, Demographics, ...
  • Water in 2025 : beliefs and values as a means for cooperation 

    Contributor:Colorado Institute of Public Policy
    Date Issued:2006
    The Rocky Mountain West continually faces complicated and rapidly changing water policy challenges. Today, water issues are fundamentally about the people of the West, and the diverse beliefs and values that they hold. To ...