Environmental Links - Multicultural
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Links to information about environmental concerns from multicultural perspectives. Many of these projects will also deal with issues of environmental justice.
IIIRM is a non-profit established to assist indigenous peoples in the sustainable utilization, development and conservation of their natural resources. The site includes articles and reports on tribal perspectives of environmental protection, restoration and risk.
Also includes briefing documents on complex environmental issues that can be incorporated into environmental curriculum.
The URL is: http://www.iiirm.org/
The EcoJustice Network addresses environmental issues facing communities of color in the United States. The EcoJustice Network provides links to government resources, reports and articles, and organizations dealing with environmental justice issues.
The URL is: http://www.igc.apc.org/econet/index.html
Essays by Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt and Robert W. Loescher, President/Chief Executive Officer of Sealaska Corporation (an Alaskan Native organization), on the issue of subsistence hunting and fishing.
The URL is: http://cooday8.tripod.com/subsist.htm
"Since the long term goal of environmental education is to change behaviors so that waste of natural resources can be prevented, it is important to share and exchange information as well as learn from the teachings of these indigenous cultures, namely Native Americans." A publication from the EETAP Resource Library, in pdf format.
The URL is: http://eelink.net/eetap/info3.pdf
A collage of resources for education about the environment. From the EETAP Resource Library. In pdf format.
The URL is: http://eelink.net/eetap/info5.pdf
Key links on environmental justice.
The URL is: http://environment.about.com/cs/justice/index.htm
Full-text essays, a bibliography, and hundreds of links to images and information about Native
Americans and the environment. Sponsored by the American Indian Heritage Foundation.
The URL is: http://www.indians.org/Resource/resource.html
"A popular tool used by Native American for communicating environmental messages." Resources from the EETAP Resource Library. In pdf format.
The URL is: http://eelink.net/eetap/info6.pdf
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