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In 2002, Meridian co-facilitated a two-day stakeholder dialogue on intellectual property rights and medicine for the World Business Council on Sustainable Development. Participants included industry representatives, indigenous peoples’ groups, and other civil society organizations working on the issue....
From 2006 to 2008, Meridian staff facilitated several meetings of the Presidential Climate Action Project (PCAP), which brought together a number of individuals representing environmental organizations, foundations, academia, and businesses to develop recommendations for the new Obama Administration...
The District of Columbia Transit Alternatives Analysis and Anacostia Corridor Demonstration Project was an 18-month joint study effort between the District and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to examine new transit alternatives such as light rail and bus rapid transit within the District....
Meridian assisted the World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and Battelle Memorial Institute, the lead consultant, on a project to develop a blueprint for the cement industry to become more sustainable over the next 20 years. Stakeholder involvement was a central tenet of the project,...
In April 2005, the US Forest Service convened a meeting of scientists from academia, industry, and federal agencies to discuss the need, purpose, scope, and implementation strategy for the Loblolly Pine Genome Project. Meridian Institute staff facilitated the meeting.   Scientists in the pine...
The Mimbres Watershed is located in southwestern New Mexico. Grazing, dredge mining, removal of riparian vegetation, and streambank modification have resulted in water-quality impairments. In support of Total Maximum Daily Load implementation by the State of New Mexico Environment Department (to comply...
Meridian Institute was engaged by the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources to undertake a two-phase project relating to in situ recovery of uranium in Wyoming. Both phases are funded through an appropriation from the Wyoming state legislature.   In the first phase, Meridian facilitated...
New Mexico’s Jemez River and its tributaries have experienced significant impairment due to soil erosion, which is thought to have resulted from a variety of natural and other activities such as grazing, recreation, stream bank modification, removal of riparian vegetation, silviculture, road construction...
Meridian Institute, in partnership with the Energy Future Coalition and on behalf of the Rockefeller Foundation, convened in December 2009 a diverse group of 44 leaders from the electricity sector to explore the value and viability of pursuing a research and dialogue process on critical issues facing...
The Cimarron Watershed in New Mexico has experienced significant nonpoint source pollution, stemming from recreation and tourism development as well as runoff from forests, private ranch land, and range land. In support of Total Maximum Daily Load implementation by the State of New Mexico's Environment...