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Native People and Mining

Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources. Mineral Development Sector.

Native People and Mining

the Opportunity For an Untapped Resource.

by Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources. Mineral Development Sector.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesCanada Mineral Bulletin -- 171
ContributionsLazore, G.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21893022M

  Native people and environmental groups are fighting a proposed gold mine expansion in northeastern Nevada they say could dry up springs, harm wildlife and destroy cultural resources.   WGAC represents the Eastern Guruma people, whose native title over 6, sq km of the Hamersley Range was the first claim to be finalised in the Pilbara, in Mining .

Yet conflicts surrounding mining development and indigenous peoples continue to challenge policy-makers. This book gets to the heart of resource conflicts and environmental impact assessment by asking why indigenous communities support environmental causes in some cases of mining development but not in others. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Books shelved as coal-mining: Gray Mountain by John Grisham, Fall of Giants by Ken Follett, Faith, Hope, and Ivy June by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, How Gre. Focusing on Indigenous histories reveals how Indigenous nations have survived colonialism. “Indigenous people are often present in railroad histories, but they form a kind of colorful backdrop,” explains Karuka. That is literally the case in this illustration of the Transcontinental Railroad created for a souvenir booklet.


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Native People and Mining by Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources. Mineral Development Sector. Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Ecuador, the Kichwa indigenous people carried out a communitarian referendum in the localities of Tarqui and Victoria del Portete (), rejecting the mining project Quimsacocha. InEmbera indigenous and Afro-descendent communities in Colombia’s Chocó held a referendum and opposed the mining project of the Muriel Mining Corporation.

Indigenous Peoples and mining Indigenous Peoples have an interest in mining and metals projects for several reasons: They may have some form of legally recognised ownership or control over the land, territories and resources that mining companies want to access, explore or mine.

"The Navajo People and Uranium Mining contributes to the growing scholarship on the Atomic West and should be read by those interested in modern Native American history and health, atomic and mining history, and oral history."--The Journal of Arizona History/5(9).

A New Approach to Policy Evaluation: Mining and Indigenous People (Law, Ethics and Governance) by Ciaran O'Faircheallaigh (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ciaran O'Faircheallaigh Page. Find all the books, read about Native People and Mining book author, and more.

See search results for this Cited by:   Indigenous People and the Pilbara Mining Boom: A Baseline for Regional Participation Volume 25 of Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) DOAB Directory of Open Access Books Volume 25 of Economic Policy Research Issue 25 of Research monograph: Authors: John Taylor, B.

Scambary: Publisher: ANU E Press, ISBN: Book Description. How are indigenous and local people faring in their dealings with mining and related industries in the first part of the 21 st century.

The unifying experience in all the resource-rich states covered in the book is the social and economic disadvantage experienced by indigenous peoples and local communities, paradoxically surrounded by wealth-producing projects. Agreements between the mining industry and Indigenous people are not creating sustainable economic futures for Indigenous people, and this demands consideration of alternate forms of economic engagement in order to realise such futures.

Within the context of three mining agreements in north Australia this study considers Indigenous livelihood aspirations and their intersection with sustainable. Inuranium mining under the U.S military's Manhattan Project began on Navajo Nation lands and on Lakota Nation lands. On August 1,the responsibility for atomic science and technology was transferred from the military to the United States Atomic Energy ard, widespread uranium mining began on Navajo and Lakota lands in a nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union.

This book lists mining projects and their parent companies around the world in alphabetical order and gives background history and environmental impact information (albeit from a particular activist perspective) about each project. A remarkable feature of this compendium is that so many of the listed projects involve indigenous peoples.

Indigenous Peoples and Mining. The relationship between indigenous peoples and mining is defined by struggles over access to land. The interests of resource industries, of course, lie in securing unfettered (as far as possible) access to land and guaranteeing that access over the longer term.

interviews with approximately people were conducted across the three field sites. Throughout the study those who contributed remain anonymous, except in the case of a few public figures. Overwhelmingly, I found that the Indigenous people who I spoke to, as well as mining company staff, were passionate about.

Good Practice GuideIndigenous Peoples and Mining ii The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) is pleased to present our Good Practice Guide: Indigenous Peoples and Mining(the Guide).

ICMM is an organization representing 19 of the world's leading mining and metals companies, as well as 30 other regional, national and commodity.

International Council on Mining & Metals. This guide is primarily aimed at providing guidance to companies on good practice where mining-related activities occur on or near traditional indigenous land and territory.

Part 1 of the guide is divided into four chapters, each of which deals with an important thematic area that mining companies. Get this from a library. Native people and mining: the opportunity for an untapped resource.

[Glen Lazore] -- Abstract in English and French. Frank LaPena, professor, Native American studies When two different people look at something so fundamental as the land, what we find out is, there is a very major gap in how we look at the land.

Indigenous Peoples are Using Ancestral Organizing Practices to Fight Mining Corporations and Covid The Xinka people of Guatemala are building on strong community organizing skills rooted in their culture to protect their community from the health threats of both mining and the pandemic.

INTRODUCTION Welcome to the companion reader to the UAA/APU Books of the Year for. The Books of the Year are Yuuyaraq: The Way of the Human Beingby Yup’ik writer Harold Napoleon and Growing up Native in Alaskaby Anchorage historian Alexandra J.

McClanahan. Yuuyaraq outlines the devastating impact of epidemic diseases that wiped out so many of the Native culture-bearers.

The pages include stories about a “handsome” Osage man, Native people in the Big Woods of Wisconsin, and a time when tension between Native and non-Native communities was caused by a white man. ELKO – When the coronavirus lockdown began in March in New Hampshire, Hannah Margolis, an Elko native, was trying to finish the final term of her bachelor’s degree at Dartmouth.

Most of the damage to indigenous people and cultures can be traced to one driving force of Western Civilization: resource extraction.

The first resource extracted from indigenous Americans was gold. When the (extinct) Arawak ran out of gold to bring Christopher Columbus, he turned to the people themselves as the resource, garnering the majority.

Indigenous People and Resistance to Mining Projects (English version) América Latina: Los pueblos indígenas y la resistencia a los proyectos mineros (Spanish version) Mining Companies and Local Communities; In the Name of Development; Power, Violence and Mining in Guatemala; Resistance to Mining in El Salvador; The Environment.The Giant Mine’s Long Shadow: Arsenic Pollution and Native People in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories John Sandlos and Arn Keeling Iron Mines, Toxicity, and Indigenous Communities in the Lake Superior Basin Nancy Langston If the Rivers Ran South: Tar Sands and the State of the Canadian Nation Steven M.

Hoffman Native Americans in the United States make up % to 2% of the population. In the census, million people identified as Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native alone.

A total of million people identified as Native Americans, either alone .