Native American Indian Energy-Producing Tribes

We presented a keynote address to a major energy-producing tribe in the Northern Plains in a symposium focused on oil exploration and social and environmental consequences.

The symposium included participation amongst the oil industry, Indian Nations, the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, state governments and non-governmental organizations.
Key topics include the environmental implications of hydraulic fracturing and the degree to which Indian Country is able to sufficiently express its sovereignty sufficiently to keep pace with off–reservation, state–wide petroleum development and production

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    Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation: An Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility: This Boom will be Sustainable

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    Keynote Address: CSR and the MHA Nation

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    American Indian Law Review: “Cry, Sacred Ground"

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Sustainability Links

Seafood
Marine Stewardship Council
trace register

Sugar and Sugar Ethanol
BSI
TSPN

Agriculture
ISO
Global Reporting Initiative

Mining
BHP Billiton
ISO

American Indian Energy Tribes
A.L. Parlow
MHA Nation

International and Domestic Agencies
UN Global Compact
Amnesty International

Not-for-Profit
Is CSR Responsible?
BSR