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Emerson, E., H. Movius, and R. Merideth. 1999 (2d rev. ed.). Trouble in Tortuga! A Role Playing Simulation Game for Teaching Environmental Conflict Resolution Techniques. Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy: Tucson, AZ. 24p. [pdf]
Offers simulation exercises that aim to facilitate conflict resolution in local communities by simulating environmental conflicts encountered in western rangelands; programs encourage stakeholders (ranchers, farmers, environmentalists, developers, district rangers, and other interested citizens) to assume roles other than their own and enact the conflict scenario with facilitators.