Category Archives: cultural resources
Robert T. Anderson has published Indigenous Rights to Water & Environmental Protection in the Harvard Civil rights-Civil Liberties Law Journal. an excerpt: This article examines the rights of Indian nations in the United States to adequate water supplies and environmental protection for … Continue reading →
Here. Background materials on the case here.
Here, on the FLOW site. An excerpt: The Anishinaabek, who are the Indigenous people from the Great Lakes area, are born with an innate sense of our connection to everything around us. We feel the connection between us and all … Continue reading →
Here is the opinion in In re Contested Case: 392007050-hawaii-supreme-court-opinion-on-tmt.pdf There is a dissent but that opinion will follow.
Here is the amended opinion in Havasupai Tribe v. Provencio. En banc petition denied. En banc and rehearing briefs here: Grand Canyon Trust En Banc Petition Havasupai En Banc Petition Professors Amicus Brief US Response Industry Response Panel materials and other … Continue reading →
Carla Fredericks, Kate Finn, Erica Gajda, and Jesse Heibel have published “Responsible Resource Development: A Strategic Plan to Consider Social and Cultural Impacts of Tribal Extractive Industry Development” in Harvard Journal of Law & Gender Online. Here.
Here is “‘We were here first’: Tribes say Line 5 pipeline tunnel ignores treaty rights.”
Michael C. Blumm & Jeffrey Litwak have posted “Democratizing Treaty Fishing Rights: Denying Fossil-Fuel Exports Projects in the Pacific Northwest,” forthcoming in the Colorado Natural Resources, Energy & Environmental Law Review, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Indian treaty fishing rights … Continue reading →