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This is a set of two copies of reports on the EPA/Tribal Leaders Environmental Forums entitled: ‘Partners for the Protection of Tribal Environments’ and the ‘EPA-Tribal Leaders Workshop’. The first copy of a final report covers activities undertaken by Americans for Indian Opportunity (AIO) under a contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to identify barriers to the protection of the environment on and around Tribal lands and to facilitate the development of options for overcoming those barriers. The second report aims to enhance tribes’ ability to be proactive rather than reactive, to identify strategic options, and find a way to act, problem solve, and accomplish goals.
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Environmental protection- Native American Studies
EPA, AIO activities, barriers, solutions, EPA Institutional Structure, Inequitable distribution of EPA Resources, EPA-Intertribal events, evaluations, case studies, Literature review, methodology, Northwest Eco-Region, Southwest Eco-Region, Great Plains Eco-Region, Eastern Eco-Region, EPA-Tribal Leaders Workshop
Americans for Indian Opportunity (AIO) and EPA. "EPA – Partners of Protection of Tribal Environments." (2022). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/lhnac/74
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