The Conservancy has released the Delta Dialogues Phase II Report. This 46-page report summarizes the conversations, insights, and points of contention among key stakeholder groups trying to manage the "wicked problems" facing the Delta region today. A copy of the report can be downloaded from here (file is 32 megabytes).
The report features background information about the facilitation process and dialogue mapping, a summary written by Joe Mathews, and interviews with many of the participants. Highlights include insights into the willingness of stakeholders to think about new options regarding the Bay-Delta Conservation Plan and new appreciations for the interests of various stakeholders.
The Delta Dialogues are designed to increase shared understanding of the interests held by the vaious stakeholders in the Delta, and to provide a place for in-Delta interests to participate in statewide water policy discussions. At the Delta Dialogues website you can read Joe Mathews' reporting about the individual meetings and read the dialogue maps for each meeting.