Within the class of hard problems that the decision makers have to face we can surely consider those associated with both the analysis and the resolution of environmental conflicts with the aim of defining fair and shared solutions for all the involved decision makers and stakeholders. This book contains a detailed description of a particular manifold approach to the analysis and resolution of environmental conflicts as they are characterized in its opening chapters that define the overall framework. Within this framework we therefore present a certain number of models as well as a certain number of methods and procedures with an heavy descriptive value but also with some normative value. In this way we cover both auction and barter mechanisms as well as mechanisms for the formation and the interaction among coalitions. Moreover the book contains a wide enough collection of high level abstract procedures that can be used to analyze and resolve particular classes of environmental problems. The intended audience is composed of students and practitioners of System Dynamics and Environmental Modeling as well political decision makers involved in these fields.