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Final Presentation - Team Pipedream

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Ahmed Tarik

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Transcript of Final Presentation - Team Pipedream

The ACP Conflict System Mapping
"Free form" Method
Construction
Natural Gas need
national energy independence
Fracking
Environmentalists & sustainability needs
Local Communities and organizations satisfaction
Jobs and Economic Activity
Increased manufacturing
Governor mcauliffe endorsement
eminent domain
Property Rights protection
Need for Dominion
Legend
More of one leads to more of the other
More of one leads to less of the other
Drivers
Mitigators
The State government

The Governor's Office (McAuliffe)
The Federal Government
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Local Communities
Dominion
Hold 45% of the total bid and is responsible for the building of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline through Virginia
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Stakeholder Map
This agency approves or denies the project

Forest Service
Park service

Federal Courts and eminent Domain
Legal Power
Financial Power
Landowners
Local Organizations
Political Power
Conflicted Relationship
Political influence
Strong Alliance
Legal Power
Environmentalists
Legend
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline Case Study
Jeff Combe
Daniel Foxvog
Patty Harlan
BEX Simmerman
Ahmed Tarik


Working groups with reps from all stakeholders
Ongoing meetings to discuss issues and build trust
Creative projects and volunteer activities
Community liaisons and social gatherings
Our role: to support, advise, and connect people


Phase 4: Relationship Building

Phase 1: Building unified vision

Connect and build relationships with local stakeholders
Encourage vision of unified effort
Help groups identify shared goals and unified strategy
Creating subgroups and supporting collaboration
Acting as facilitators and consultants

Build capacity in negotiation, advocacy, & public outreach
Partner with stakeholders, advisors, and consultants
Assess needs & existing strengths, and identify priorities
Hold interactive workshops and training sessions


Phase 2: Capacity Building


Pool resources to have greater impact
Open houses, mass media, and conversations
Consulting, providing training, and helping to plan events
Increased public awareness and greater mobilization

Phase 3: Building public support

Working groups with reps from all stakeholders
Ongoing meetings to discuss issues and build trust
Creative projects and volunteer activities
Community liaisons and social gatherings
Our role: to support, advise, and connect people


Phase 4: Relationship Building

Theories of Change

Theories of Change

To increase collaboration between local stakeholders and Dominion regarding pipeline planning and implementation so that stakeholders can participate in making decisions that impact their lives.


Overall Group Goal

If the voice and vision between local groups is increased and unified, then it will provide a wider and sustained capacity for dialogue and negotiation with Dominion.


If the general public is more informed and educated about natural gas development and the proposed pipeline, then they will have the ability to shift the power structure and create incentive for collaboration.

Theories of Change

If local stakeholders are equipped with skills in advocacy and negotiation, then this will build their capacity to take part in dialogue and decision-making processes.

Group Identities/ Dynamics
Group Leadership
Group Process
Self-Assessment

Reflections
Pipeline Update
Questions and Answers
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