Sustainable Development & Civil Society

  1. Report & Power Point PresentationLuke J. Danielson. “Allocation of Resources to Communities from Mining and Oil and Gas Operations.” Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation International Mining and Oil & Gas Law, April 20-22, 2009, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  

  2. Report & Power Point Presentation. Luke Danielson & Meadow Didier. A Case of Natural Resource Related Conflict. “From Grubs to Gold and Geopolitics: The Many Layers of Violence at Grasberg.” September 2008.

  3. Mine Veto James F. Cress and Ma. Cecilia G. Dalupan: Sustainable Development and Mining Laws: Is a “Mine Veto” Needed? Natural Resources and Environment, ABA section of Environment, Energy, and Resources. Winter 2003. 

  4. Taking control: how citizens can hold industry to account, Emma WilsonChristophe SchwarteLorenzo CotulaBen Garside and Linda Siegele(IIED)

  5. Building public trust: transnationals in the community, Christoph Schwarte, Emma Wilson (IIED)

  6. Strengthening local voices in the governance of food systems, land use and the environment

  7. OAS, Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples Participation

  8. From win-lose to win-win-win (Company-Government-Community).” MMDA story, Vancouver, October 4, 2010.