- Dozen of role stimulations at the Program on Negotiation's educational resource center. The PON Clearinghouse develops and disseminates role simulations and other interactive teaching exercises as well as books, educational videos, curricular packages, and scholarly working papers.
- Trouble in Tortuga! A Role-playing Simulation Game for Teaching Environmental Conflict Resolution. By Kirk Emerson, Hal Movius, and Robert Merideth Udall. Center for Studies in Public Policy The University of Arizona August 1999
Tips from the book Environmental communication and the public sphere, Robert Cox, 2006. And same chapter about conflict resolution through collaboration and consensus;
"What do environmentalist believe we have in common with the Yellow Ribbon Coalitation? We believe that we are all honest people who want to continue our way of life. We believe that we all love the area in which we live. We believe that we all enjoy beautiful views, hunting and fishing and living in a rural area. We believe that we are being misled by the Forest Service and by large timber, which controls the Forest Service, into believing that we are enemies when we are not. (quoted in Wondolleck & Yaffee, 2000, Making collaboration works: Lessons from innovation in natural resource management, pp, 71-72)