SLIDES: Tribal Perspectives on Natural Resource Policy

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Wharton, Donald
Native American lands; tribal lands; natural resources management; governance; planning; public participation; natural resource policy; tribes; pueblos; Alaskan villages; federally recognized tribes; individual Indians; land ownership; 57 million acres; tribal natural resources; coal; lignite; sub-bituminous coal; low sulfur; low ash; high BTU; federal government; existing leases; coal-bed methane; coalbed methane; oil and gas; natural gas; onshore reserves; petroleum reserves; uranium reserves; wind; solar; bio mass; biomass; timber waste; combustible municipal waste; commercial timber; grazing land; crop lands; reserved water rights; tribal governmental structure; constitutional; Indian Reorganization Act of 1934; 25 U.S.C. 461 et seq.; common law; code-based; Navajo Nation; Eastern Shoshone; organic documents; tribal courts; appellate courts; Indian Courts of Federal Offenses; CFR Courts; tribal resource decision making; mineral development; Indian Mineral Leasing Act of 1938; lease approval; Indian Mineral Development Act of 1982; 25 U.S.C. 2101-2108; non-lease mineral agreements; Title V of the Energy Policy Act of 2005; Indian Tribal Energy Development and Self-Determination Act of 2005; Section 2604(a); energy development; Tribal Energy Resource Agreement; TERA; Section 2604(e)(2)(c); environmental review process; identification and evaluation of significant environmental effects; cultural resources; proposed mitigation measures; appropriate mitigation measures; resource development agreement; public notification; environmental impacts; substantive comments; administrative support; environmental review; tribal oversight of third party activities; Secretary of the Interior; notice and comment; potential requirements; 25 C.F.R. 224; application; consultation meeting; Director of Indian Energy and Economic Development; energy resources; additional activities; lease; business agreement; right-of-way; hearing process; petitioner’s challenge; imminent jeopardy; physical trust asset; tribal resource management; competitive bidding; tribal right of approval; Administrative Law; Animal Law; Biodiversity; Climate; Constitutional Law; Courts; Dispute Resolution and Arbitration; Energy and Utilities Law; Energy Policy; Environmental Law; Environmental Policy; Forest Management; Indian and Aboriginal Law; Jurisdiction; Land Use Law; Law and Society; Legal Education; Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Litigation; Natural Resource Economics; Natural Resources and Conservation; Natural Resources Law; Natural Resources Management and Policy; Oil, Gas, and Energy; Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law; Peace and Conflict Studies; President/Executive Department; Property Law and Real Estate; Science and Technology Law; State and Local Government Law; Sustainability; Torts; Urban Studies and Planning; Water Law; Water Resource Management
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Presenter: Donald Wharton, Native American Rights Fund16 slides