Below are a number of articles, books, and films authored by Center for Emergency personnel and colleagues, reflecting ongoing research and publication.
John de Graaf. A member of the Center's Board of Advisors is developing a documentary exploring the fascinating history of a leader who advocated for the creation of many parks and monuments. Stewart Udall was one of the first U.S. politicians to warn us about global warming. Click the image above to view the trailer and learn more about ways to support this project exploring the important legacy former Department of the Interior Secretary Stewart Udall left for us all.
Merle Lefkoff, et.al, "Negotiations Following a Crisis--A Simulated Scenario", Confronting Terrorism – 2002, Los Alamos Strategic Studies Program, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico.
Merle Lefkoff, “Sacred Diplomacy as The Adjacent Possible Praxis”, in Transforming: Applying Spirituality, Emergent Creativity, and Reconciliation, Eds. Vern Neufeld Redekop and Gloria Neufeld Redekop, Lexington Books, 2021.
Merle Lefkoff,”How We Can Work Together”, in “Groundswell: Indigenous Knowledge and a Call to Action for Climate Change”, Eds. Joe Neidhardt and Nicole Neidhardt, Strong Nations Publishing, Inc., 2018.
What if traditional global diplomacy used the principles of complex dynamic systems to transform the possibility for a just and lasting peace in our universal valley?"
Merle Lefkoff, “Swarming Justice: The Role of Mass Movements in Conflict Transformation”, Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies, Canadian Mennonite University, Vol. 47, No. ½, pp.71-83, 2015.