Practice Areas: Conflict management, Strategy, Public Sector
Peter S. Adler, PhD is a planner, mediator, facilitator, and a principal in ACCORD3.0,a professional network of consultants specializing in foresight, strategy, and cooperative trouble-shooting. As a planner he works with organizations in the public, private and civic sectors on forward strategy and executive and board alignment. As a mediator, he assists groups to reach agreements on energy, environment, and health controversies. Adler has worked in the government, business and the NGO sectors and taught advanced negotiation courses at the University of Hawaii and California State University Dominguez Hills.
Prior executive experience includes nine years as President and CEO of The Keystone Center, Executive Director of the Hawaii Justice Foundation, and founding Director of the Hawaii Supreme Court’s Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution. He is the author of four books and numerous academic and popular articles and lives and works in Hawaii.
Recent projects include a negotiated “Joint Fact Finding” agreement on pesticides used by GMO corn seed producers and their critics and the acceleration of cooperation strategies for the ozone treaty under the UN Montreal Protocol.