2 edition of Native people and renewable resource management found in the catalog.
Native people and renewable resource management
Symposium of the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists (1986 Edmonton, Alta.)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||co-sponsored by Alberta Native Affairs and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.|
|Series||Symposium series / Alberta Society of Professional Biologists -- 10., Symposium series (Alberta Society of Professional Biologists) -- 10.|
|Contributions||Alberta Society of Professional Biologists., Alberta. Native Affairs Secretariat., Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 275 p. :|
|Number of Pages||275|
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The benefits of tribal natural resource management and development include creating jobs; maintaining tribal societal. The most current and comprehensive book of its kind, Aboriginal Peoples and Natural Resources in Canada explores the opportunities and constraints that aboriginal people encounter in their efforts to use water resources, fisheries, forestry resources, wildlife, land and non-renewable resources, and to gain management power over these resources.
Tribal Energy Development: Renewables and the Problem of the Current Statutory Structures 1. National Indian Forest Resource Management Act. American Indian Agricultural Resources Native American Law Center, University of Tulsa College of Law.
Research for this article was supported by a University of TulsaCited by: 2. Native and Western Views of Nature. Natural resource management has traditionally been considered as an applied aspect of the western scientific tradition.
Many reserves, reservations, or homelands are located in areas rich in natural resources, which could provide a culturally appropriate basis for developing tribal economies in the modern. Natural Resource Management refers to the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals, with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations (stewardship).
Natural Resource Management deals with managing the way in which people and natural landscapes interact. sources of renewable energy include biomass, hydroelectric and geothermal. Of these resources, geothermal and hydroelectric are not easily applied to tribal lands, but may have potential on a few Native American reservations.
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Energy supplies from renewables (such as from biofuels/5(2). Jul 01, · How some Native Americans are embracing renewable energy Fourteen percent of households on Native American reservations live without electricity. In. Get this from a library. Traditional knowledge and renewable resource management in northern regions.
[Milton M R Freeman; Ludwig N Carbyn;] -- Some of the papers given at a Workshop on Native Peoples and Wildlife Management held in Includes papers on the Cree of James Bay, Inuit and Sami.
Individual papers are catalogued separately. The rules that govern oil, gas and mining on American Indian tribal lands are complex, and the tribes that seek economic development through natural resources face a range of challenges.
In this report, Revenue Watch gives an overview of the issues and describes. A renewable resource is a natural resource which will replenish to replace the portion depleted by usage and consumption, either through natural reproduction or other recurring processes in a finite amount of time in a human time scale.
Renewable resources are a part of Earth's natural environment and the largest components of its ecosphere.A positive life cycle assessment is a key indicator. Renewable resources (fish, wildlife, and forests) have sustained the people of the Mackenzie Basin for countless years.
In the past, each part of the resource base was managed separately without consideration of how it might be related to the whole. This division often allowed conflicting resource p. Claudia Notzke. Captus University Publications, ISBN () pages, g, 7 X 10, $ (US$) The only up-to-date book of its kind, Aboriginal Peoples and Natural Resources in Canada explores the restraints and opportunities which aboriginal people encounter in their efforts to use renewable and non-renewable resources, and to gain management power over these.
The Banff Centre for Con- tinuing Education, The University of Calgary Press, Calgary. Lloyd, K. () Cooperative Management of Polar Bears on Northeast Baffin Island. In: Native People and Renewable Resource Management. The Sympo- seum of the Alberta Society of Cited by: Native Perspective of Renewable Energy.
As demonstrated by projects of Intertribal COUP, Native people are using and developing renewable energy for the same environmental benefits seen from the Western perspective. From the Western perspective, renewable energy can also provide economic benefits and energy security.
Mar 16, · How an Indigenous renewable energy alliance aims to cut power costs and disadvantage Whereas high energy prices often drive Indigenous. Dec 19, · Native American Sustainability. Native people realize that they live in a world thathas power over them, and that people have no control over the environment;people cannot control weather patterns, fires, earthquakes, etc.
Native Americans are strongsupporters of renewable energy. Many tribes host construction of solar panels,wind farms. Native American Lands and Natural Resource Development 1 tabLe oF CoNteNts List of Acronyms 2 Executive Summary 3 1.
Introduction 4 2. Project Background 5 3. The Significance of Native American Energy Resources 6 4. Snapshot of Known Non-Renewable Energy Resources 8 5.
Native American Land Ownership and Its Impact on Resource Extraction 10 6. A component in the America's Energy Future study, Electricity from Renewable Resources examines the technical potential for electric power generation with alternative sources such as wind, solar-photovoltaic, geothermal, solar-thermal, hydroelectric, and other renewable sources.
The book focuses on those renewable sources that show the most. Native American Natural Resource Management. January - January Compiled by Patricia LaCaille John Rural Information Center. Quick Bibliography Series: QB 85 citations in English from AGRICOLA Rural Information Center National Agricultural Library Beltsville, MD ()or () June For example, about 15 species of these plants are native to the USA; however, products of only – species are harvested for commerce and perhaps less than 12 species of these plants account for most of the agricultural production.
This type of renewable resource utilization is probably representative for most areas of the world.We are the land that is the fundamental idea embedded in Native American life the Earth is the mind of the people as we are the mind of the earth. The land is not really the place (separate from ourselves) where we act out the drama of our isolate destinies.
It is not Cited by: 9.