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LAND AIR WATER CONFERENCE
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Alaskan State Governments Environmental Deceptions
Alaskan Subsistence Issues: LAW
Animal Damage Control
Australian Environmental Law
Biodiversity: The Seamless Webb
Buddhism and Ecology
Chilean Environmental Law
Civil Disobedience: Past and Present Experience
Clean Air Act Enforcement
Closing Session and Addresses by Walt Bressette
Closing Addresses by; Walt Bressette, Founder, Lake Superior Green Party. Recorded 3/7/93 at Public Interest Environment Law Conference. Indigenous Peoples: Sacred Roots, Sacred Ties. University of Oregon School of Law; Eugene, Oregon. Sponsored by: Land Air Water (LAW)
Coral Reef Degradation
Cow Free Wilderness
Cultural Resource Preservation: What's Being Done, What Needs To Be Done.
Cultural Resources and Repatriation
Damned Dams: Four Countries, Four Projects.
Destruction by Salvage: Oregon's Blue Mountains
Eastern European Clean-up
LUNCH Keynote. Recorded at Public Interest Environment Law Conference. Indigenous Peoples: Sacred Roots, Sacred Ties. University of Oregon School of Law; Eugene, Oregon. Sponsored by: Land Air Water (LAW)Co-founder, Earth First! Here is a great personable representative for the movement, and a profound, touching, and at times, a down-right funny talk from a leading voice for ecology. Inspiring!
Environmental Artists: Ecovisions
Environmental Aspects of the Multilateral Negotiations on the Middle East
Environmental Cleanup: The Constitutional Basis for Environmental Law
Environmental Investigating Reporting
Environmental Parachuting: An Ecocentric Assault?
Environmental Writers/Artists: Translating For Nature
Evening KEYNOTE: Anderson Mutang
Friday Night Keynote.
Exponential Population Growth: Enough Already!
Exponential Population Growth: Finite World
Fallout from the Population Bomb: Confronting Tough Issues
Governor of the Sovereign Nation of Hawaii Speaks for Indigenous Peoples
Recorded at the dinner address 3/6/93 at Public Interest Environment Law Conference. Indigenous Peoples: Sacred Roots, Sacred Ties. University of Oregon School of Law; Eugene, Oregon. Sponsored by: Land Air Water (LAW) This talk is the strongest, most effective, most coherent verbal experience SOUND PHOTOSYNTHESIS has participated in regarding Hawaii and Indigenous Peoples.
Grazing: Mooing the West
Guatemalan Environmental Law
Hemp for Victory!
Hydroelectric Development in India: Social and Environmental Consequences
Indian Religious Issues 1
Indigenous Persons Portrayal Through The Educational System
Indigenous Rights and Environmental Destruction: Brazil, Indonesia, Chile
Intellectual Property Rights and Medicinal Plant Knowledge
International Trade in Endangered Species
Keeping Tabs on the Forrest Service
Land, Air Water Conference - Entire set of the Conference audio tapes
All Titles : Recorded 3/4/93 - 3/7/93 the Public Interest Environment Law Conference. Indigenous Peoples: Sacred Roots, Sacred Ties. Held at the University of Oregon School of Law; Eugene, Oregon. Sponsored by: Land Air Water (LAW)
Mining: Riches or Ruins?
MRS's: The Burial of Spent Nuclear Fuel Rods on Indian Reservations
NAFTA Roundtable Symposium
Symposium including authors published in v.7, Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation.
NAFTA: Canadian Perspectives
Canadian Indigenous People's Perspective.
NAFTA: Perspectives Mexican
NAFTA: U.S. Perspectives
Native Religion, Christianity, and Federal Indian Policy
Natural Resource Damage Assessment
Ocean Law Resources
Oil and Fossil Fuels: A Viscous Cycle
Ozone: Plugging the Hole
Peruvian Environmental Law
Poaching: More Than One Perspective
Population Stabilization: The Search for Solutions
Preservation of Indigenous Sacred Sites in Oregon
Prosecution of Felony Environmental Crimes
Redefining the Corporation: New Strategies for Economic and Environmental Justice
Rio: What Happened? What's Next?
Salmon Harvest and Hatcheries
Salmon: Habitat and Hydroelectric Issues
Shoreline Protection: Eroding the Public Trust
Siberian Forest Issues
South American Environmental Issues
Stewardship and Ecological Restoration: Northwest Native American Perspectives
Sustainable Communities: Self-Reliant Living for Today
Sustainable Development: Striking a Balance
Trogan: Closed But Not Gone
Watershed Management: The Holistic Approach
Who Defines "Sacred"?: The Mount Graham Controversy
Wildlife Refuge Reform: How much of a Refuge?
Women and Land
Workers, the Environment and Native Americans: A Common Ground
Yew Trees: Saving Them and Saving Us
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