Education & Teaching
Sustainable Development of Natural Resources – Course Series
SDSG has developed and taught a three course series at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law entitled Sustainable Development of Natural Resources. See http://www.law.du.edu/index.php/SNRDS
These three courses deal respectively with:
(a) Community Expectations in Sustainable Development
(b) National Legislation and Policies; and
(c) The Emerging International Framework.
Each of these three courses is taught each year. Mr. Danielson and Ms.Dalupan are co-professors in each course, together with various distinguished co-teachers, who have included:
- Professor Elizabeth Bastida of the University of Dundee
- Professor David Szablowski, York University, Toronto
- Dean Antonio La Viña. Ateneo School of Government, Manila.
Please see our DU Class Page for photos!
University of Dundee Center for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP)
- Community Expectations for Sustainable Development in Natural Resource Projects
Mining Land Management at Western State College of Colorado
SDSG has developed a course in Mining Land Management that is being offered at Western State College in Colorado. The course focuses on the process by which companies obtain the right to explore for and develop mineral deposits, and the growing need that companies understand and interact with a variety of other interests in the course of that process.
Mining Land Management class SYLLABUS
Please see our WSC Class Page for photos!
Vancouver based Edu Mine is probably the largest provider of online professional development courses for mining professionals http://www.edumine.com/welcome.asp. SDSG is developing a course on Mining and Sustainable Development for Edu Mine.
SDSG in collaboration with Simon Fraser University and the Catholic University of Chile submitted a proposal to the Caterpillar Foundation for a MBA level course in mining and sustainable development in Antofagasta, Chile.