Nonemployment Conflict

Non-Employment Management Assignment
Wamayo River Basin is becoming a commercialized area with more dams going in to offer irrigation and hydropower for the community, also the area is used for paper products and many of the trees are being cut down for this reason, which is speculated to the contributing to the declining salmon population.   The Wamayo Salmon population is dwindling due to these commercial activities and within 10 years it is expected that the salmon population at Wamayo River will be extinct.   As a policy advisor for Wamayo Basin Management and Conservation, it will be my duty to implement a policy to protect the wildlife while also insuring the region receives hydropower, and all four stakeholders are pleased.   In the paper the potential non-organizational conflicts will be discussed along with, alternative dispute techniques, implementation plan, and a metrics systems to measure the success of these methods.
Potential Non-organizational Conflicts
While the salmon population is in danger of becoming extinct and the salmon fishing industry in this area has diminished tremendously due to the commercial industry, Wamayo Basin needs to develop a policy that will offer hydropower as well as protect the salmon.   This is going to create some conflict with the timber companies, as well as the agriculture industry, and the community that is involved in fishing.   Some potential conflicts that may arise is that if there are tributaries that are blocked off for protection of the salmon, the timber companies won’t have access to these areas and it will cut down on their business and areas they are allowed to cut trees.   If these tributaries were designated and blocked off to protect the salmon population, the timber company is suffering business and this is creating a conflict.   Another conflict that may arise is the fact of irrigation supply to local farmers.   If there is a cut back in the number of dams to be put in to protect the salmon population...