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Native Americans and energy development II

Native Americans and energy development II

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Published by Anthropology Resource Center & Seventh Generation Fund in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Economic conditions,
  • Power resources -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Joseph G. Jorgensen with the assistance of Sally Swenson ; foreword by Daniel Bomberry ; afterword by John Mohawk.
    ContributionsJorgenson, Joseph G., 1934-, Swenson, Sally, 1960-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE"78"E2"N37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination243 p. :
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21119421M
    ISBN 100932978061
    LC Control Number78-72986

    In a crystal we have clear evidence of the existence of a formative life principle, and though we cannot understand the life of a crystal, it is nonetheless a living being.” – Nikola Tesla, Serbian-American inventor, electrical & mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist, The Problem of Increasing Human Energy, Tribal Business Development. The State of Michigan is home to 12 federally recognized Indian tribes each with unique historical, cultural and political structures. MEDC’s Tribal Business Development Strategy, initiated in , is to be a resource to Michigan’s federally recognized tribes in achieving sustainable tribal economies through business diversification, and to build .


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federal laws, turned their attention to the abundant resources buried beneath 4/5. On Indian lands, companies must go through at least four federal agencies and 49 steps to acquire a permit for energy development.

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Native American Land Ownership and Its Impact on Resource Extraction 10 6. From the Crow Nation’s lucrative coal-mining operation to the Southern Ute Tribe’s expanding oil and gas empire; from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe’s planned transformational wind energy development efforts to Henry Red Cloud’s Lakota Solar Enterprises on Pine Ridge; from the Northern Cheyenne Tribe’s longstanding battle to prevent mining and drilling interests from.

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Women Fight for Equality - pg. The Energy Information Administration estimates that 14 percent of households on Native American reservations have no access to electricity, 10 times higher than the national average.

Many. American Indian or Alaska Native, and million of those people identi-fied as single-race Native American. Tribes own 2 percent of the nation’s land base, with reservation lands totaling 72 million acres. Considerable energy resources rest in those lands, particularly in the West.

To be sure, not all tribes have energy resources. Vol No.2, Fall Creating Economic Development on Indian Reservations. The lack of economic development on reservations is a major factor in creating the extreme poverty, unemployment, and the accompanying social issues that Indian nations face.

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Charley Elkhair, quoted in M. Harrington, Religion and Ceremonies of the Lenape, Indian Notes and Monographs, Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, vol 19 (). Kinship with all creatures of the earth, sky and water was a real and active principle - Lakota.

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the genetic makeup of the American Indian allowed their bodies to store energy for use in times of famine. When food was plentiful, their bodies stored excess carbohydrates through an exaggerated secretion of. Developing Clean Energy Projects on Tribal Lands Data and Resources for Tribes.

to support the tribal energy development and capacity-building assistance to federally recognized Native American and Alaska Native vil. Through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ofwe are investing $ million in improvements to American Indian and Alaska Native communities that will enhance their long-term economic development potential and promote near-term economic recovery.

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The suicide rate among Native American males aged 15 to 34 is times that of the general population, the rate at which Native American females are raped is times the national average, and the rate of child abuse on reservations is twice the national average. Energy development on reservations could lead to jobs for people with the.

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remained stuck in low-paying jobs. c. sent children to suburban schools. b. had good. For some Native American tribes around the country, there are areas with 14% of houses without electricity or operate without electricity, which is 10 times higher than the national average.

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