International Institute for
Indigenous Resource Management

CULTURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ROUNDTABLES

Roundtable on the Role of American Indian and Other Indigenous Spiritual Leaders and Healers in Protecting and Preserving Biodiversity and Sacred Landscapes Affected By Federal Facilities Environmental Restoration Activities

Denver, Colorado
August 28-30, 2002
Sponsored by:
International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management
U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Health and Environmental Research
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Facility Restoration and Reuse Office

PRESENTATIONS

The Longue Durée: A Braudelian Framework for Managing Federal Contaminated Propertyies, Mervyn L. Tano, International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management
Designing Risk Assessment Methodologies to Preserve Biodiversity and Sacred Landscapes, Stuart Harris, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
The International Framework for Protecting Biodiversity and Sacred Landscapes, Dr. Patrick O'Keefe
International Protection of Traditional Wisdom on Biodiversity and Sacred Landscapes, Dr. Lyndel V. Prott and Dr. Patrick O'Keefe