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NATIVEAM 162: Tribal Economic Development and Sustainability (EARTHSYS 163)

Native Americans, Alaska Natives and Inuit are disproportionately on the forefront of climate change and are being forced to adapt to climate change now. One of the biggest challenges Indigenous Nations face is building sustainable businesses that respect the environment while providing for current and future generations. This course will survey environmental, regulatory, political and financing issues associated with economic development on tribal, Alaska Native and Inuit lands. We will examine Indigenous business success stories as well as an overview of major challenges to building sustainable businesses. We will engage with Indigenous leaders and industry experts to discuss the challenges of building businesses that provide jobs and economic opportunities for Indigenous communities now while also taking into account the responsibilities Indigenous leadership has to future generations.
Terms: Win | Units: 3-5
Instructors: Marquez, R. (PI)
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