Gail Bingham: Careful Framing Question – Video

Gail Bingham explains an example of a classic environmental dispute and how mediator’s role is essential in framing questions to both sides.

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Gail Bingham

Gail Bingham is President of RESOLVE, Inc. and has been a practicing mediator for over 25 years, specializing in environment, natural resources, health and other public policy issues. She has written extensively about environmental dispute resolution, and conducts negotiation skills training programs. She currently facilitates EPA’s Children’s Health Protection Advisory… MORE >

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