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Title & Authors Disciplines Themes Tribes
Alberta’s Oil Sands and the Rights of First Nations Peoples to Environmental Health
Lori Lambert, PhD, DS
Environmental StudiesGeologyHealth ActivismClimate ChangeEconomic DevelopmentEnergyEnvironmental JusticeIntergovernmental RelationsInternational IndigenousNatural Resources
Blowing in the Wind: The Navajo Nation and Uranium

Jovana J. Brown, PhD and Lori Lambert, PhD, DS, RN
Environmental StudiesHealth Economic DevelopmentEnergyHealth and Wellness Navajo
Cape Wind and the Sacred Sunrise of the Wampanoag: A Victory for Whom?

Kathleen M. Saul
Environmental StudiesNative American Studies ActivismEconomic DevelopmentEnergySacred Sites
Is Anybody Listening?

Charles Luckmann
AnthropologyHistoryNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentEnergyFederal and State Relations and PolicyLaw and JusticeTreaty Rights and SovereigntyTribal Governance HopiNavajo
Should the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Invest in a Woody Biomass Co-generation Facility?

Kathleen M. Saul
BiologyBusiness and ManagementEnvironmental StudiesNative American StudiesQuantitative Reasoning Economic DevelopmentEnergy Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Should the Navajo Nation Build a Coal-Fired Power Plant?

Jovana Brown and Nora Trahant
Environmental Studies ActivismCommunity DevelopmentEconomic DevelopmentEnergyFederal and State Relations and PolicyHealth and WellnessLand Navajo
Should Tribal Access to Electricity be a Right or a Privilege?

Kathleen M. Saul, Ph.D.
EconomicsEnergyEnvironmental StudiesMathematicsNative American StudiesPhilosophyPolitical Science and Public Administration Community DevelopmentEnergyEnvironmental JusticeHealth and Wellness Umatilla
The Yakama Nation and the Cleanup of Hanford: Contested Meanings of Environmental Remediation

Daniel A. Bush
Environmental StudiesEthicsHealthHistoryLawNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration EnergyEnvironmental JusticeEnvironmental RestorationFederal and State Relations and PolicyHealth and WellnessIntergovernmental RelationsLandLaw and JusticeTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Confederated Tribes of Yakama
What are the Prospects for Energy Futures on Tribal Lands?

Robert S. Cole
Environmental Studies Climate ChangeEconomic DevelopmentEnergy