Danya Rumore
Danya Rumore
Professor and Director of the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program
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Role-play simulations for climate change adaptation education and engagement
D Rumore, T Schenk, L Susskind
Nature Climate Change 6 (8), 745-750, 2016
Managing Climate Risks in Coastal Communities: Strategies for Engagement, Readiness and Adaptation
L Susskind, D Rumore, C Hulet, P and Field
Anthem Press, 2015
Planning and development challenges in western gateway communities
P Stoker, D Rumore, L Romaniello, Z Levine
Journal of the American Planning Association 87 (1), 21-33, 2021
‘Peacework’: a cucumber mosaic virus-resistant early red bell pepper for organic systems
M Mazourek, G Moriarty, M Glos, M Fink, M Kreitinger, E Henderson, ...
Hortscience 44 (5), 1464-1467, 2009
“Can you take me higher?”: Normative thresholds for air quality in the Salt Lake City Metropolitan area
CAB Zajchowski, MTJ Brownlee, M Blacketer, J Rose, DL Rumore, ...
Journal of Leisure Research 50 (2), 157-180, 2019
Collective climate adaptation: can games make a difference?
LE Susskind, DL Rumore
Building the Capacity of Coastal Communities to Adapt to Climate Change through Participatory Action Research: Lessons Learned from the New England Climate Adaption Project
D Rumore
Carolina Planning Journal 39, 16-23, 2014
Using devising seminars to advance collaborative problem solving in complicated public policy disputes
LE Susskind, D Rumore
Negotiation Journal 31 (3), 223-235, 2015
Leveraging place for critical sustainability education: The promise of participatory action research
A Cachelin, J Rose, DL Rumore
Journal of Sustainability Education 11, 2016
Role-play simulations: a tool for transformative civic education and engagement around science-intensive environmental issues
DL Rumore
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, 2015
Planning in Gateway and Natural Amenity Region Communities: Understanding the Unique Challenges Associated with Transportation, Mobility, and Livability
D Rumore, P Stoker, Z Levine, L Romaniello
Enhancing communities’ readiness to adapt to climate change through role-play simulations
D Rumore, T Schenk, L Susskind
Nature Climate Change 6, 745-750, 2016
Helping coastal communities prepare for and respond to climate change-related risks
L Susskind, D Rumore
Managing Climate Risks in Coastal Communities; Susskind, L., Rumore, D …, 2015
Joint fact-finding: An approach for advancing interactive governance when scientific and technical information is in question
T Schenk, E Czaika, D Rumore, M Russo
Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance: Self-organization and …, 2016
Role-play simulations for climate change adaptation education and engagement. Nat Clim Chang 6 (8): 745–750
D Rumore, T Schenk, L Susskind
Outdoor Recreation Use and Indicators of the Ecological, Physical, and Social Characteristics of Recreation Settings in the Central Wasatch: Phase 1 Interim Report
JW Smith, AB Miller, CC Lamborn, C Monz, D Rumore
Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 2021
Rural Gentrification and the Spillover Effect: Integrated Transportation, Housing, and Land Use Challenges and Strategies in Gateway Communities
D Rumore, P Stoker
The GNAR Initiative: Empowering gateway communities through collaboration
J Powell, D Rumore, J Smith
Vaugeois, N., Phillips, M., Arbogast, D. & Twilley, D.(Eds.).(2021 …, 2021
Small Towns with Big City Problems: Mobility Challenges and Solutions in Our Natural Areas
D Rumore, P Stoker, Z Levine, L Romaniello
Tools and Techniques for Teaching Collaborative Regional Planning and Enhancing Livability and Sustainable Transportation in Gateway and Natural Amenity Regions
D Rumore, D Chandrasekhar, S Hinnars
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