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RECORD NUMBER: 12 OF 21
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Environmental exchange: a resource guide for tribal leaders of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska 1996-97 /|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle, WA. Region X.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, Tribal Operations Office,|
|Subjects||Indians of North America--Legal status, laws, etc ; Environmental protection--United States ; Indians of North America--Government relations--Handbooks, manuals, etc|
|Additional Subjects||Pacific Northwest US ; Alaska ; Government policies ; Environmental policy ; Pollution regulations ; Oregon ; Washington ; Idaho ; American Indians ; Eskimos ; Alaskan natives ; Environmental law ; Public health ; Environmental health ; Wildlife ; Pesticides ; Hazardous materials spills ; Chemical spills ; Oil spills ; Environmental justice|
|Collation||217 leaves (various pagings) ; ill. : 28 cm.|
A major goal of this document is to develop a resource guide for Tribes in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska that will be helpful to them in managing their natural environments. It includes general information that the Agency has compiled on important issues such as Tribal sovereignty and the application of Federal environmental law to Native Americans. It also describes national regulations dealing with air, land and water, and specifies the monitoring procedures necessary to ensure a healthy environment. Examples of present concerns addressed include sovereignty issues confronting Alaska Natives, Region 10's Tribal Environmental Agreements, and other Regional EPA programs that bring the Tribal Operations Office to the forefront in assisting Tribes to enhance and protect their environments.
"Tribal Operations Office." -- cover. "September 1996." "EPA/910/B-96/002." Includes bibliographical references.
Part 1, Background, United States Indian Policy -- Federal Trust responsibility -- Tribal sovereignty -- Tribal environmental agreeemnts -- Application of federal environmental law to Native Americans -- Tribal inclusion by amendment or Executive Order. Part 2, Tribal Programs -- Air -- Land -- Water -- Cross-media programs. Part 3, The Road to Environmental Well-being -- Actions your tribal community can take -- additional contacts for Native Americans -- In the age of the internet -- Glossary, Abbreviations, and Acronyms -- Appendix -- Emergency quick index.