International Institute for
Indigenous Resource Management

RISK ROUNDTABLES

Risk-Based Decision-Making and Federal Facilities Cleanup:
A Workshop for Tribal Decision-makers
Lakewood, Colorado
March 14-16, 2000

International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Department of Energy, Center for Risk Excellence
Tulane University Medical Center

PRESENTATIONS

OPPTS Tribal Subsistence Lifestyle Assessment Program, Philip E. Robinson, Office of Pollution Prevention & Toxics, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Next Steps: A Risk Practitioner's Perspective, Dr. James L. Regens, Tulane University Medical Center
ATSDR's Risk Initiatives in Indian Country, Dr. Daphne Moffett, ATSDR
Who's Risk Is It?, Marilyn Null, Deputy for Community-Based Programs, U.S. Air Force
DoD Relative Risk in Indian Country, Len Richeson, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Environmental Security
EPA Superfund Program Risk Initiatives in Indian Country, Jim Konz, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Risks Related to Climate Variability and Climate Change, (Note: large file), Todd Hinkley and Margaret Hiza, USGS
Framework for Characterizing Tribal Risks (Outline), Stuart Harris and Dr. Barbara Harper, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Framework for Characterizing Tribal Risks (Illustrations), Stuart Harris and Dr. Barbara Harper, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Put the Data You Have Gathered to Beneficial Use, Dr. Roger Gollub, M.D., Indian Health Service
Existing Sources of Data (1), Dr. Roger Gollub, M.D., Indian Health Service
Existing Sources of Data (2), Dr. Roger Gollub, M.D., Indian Health Service
Where Do We Go From Here: A Tribal Leader's Response, Matthew Leivas, Sr., Chemehuevi Indian Tribe