26 J. Energy Nat. Resources L. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/jenrl26 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Energy &
Natural Resources Law
is the Journal of the
International Bar
Association's Section
on Energy, Environment,
Natural Resources and
Infrastructure Law.
It is published quarterly.
Articles appearing in this
journal are indexed in the
Environmental Periodicals
Bibliography and the
International Bibliography
of the Social Sciences.

Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law
Vol 26 No 1 March 2008   pp 1-176  ISSN 0264 6811
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Co-Editors: Lee Godden, Marcia Langton, Odette Mazel and
Maureen Tehan
Introduction: Accommodating Interests in Resource
Extraction: Indigenous Peoples, Local Communities and the
Role of Law in Economic and Social Sustainability  1
Lee Godden, Marcia Langton, Odette Mazel
and Maureen Tehan
Poverty in the Midst of Plenty: Aboriginal People, the
'Resource Curse' and Australia's Mining Boom     31
Marcia Langton and Odette Mazel
Indigenous Employment in the Australian Mining Industry 66
David Brereton and Joni Parmenter
Corporate Social Responsibility, Legislative Reforms and
Mining in South Africa                           91
Henk Kloppers and Willemien du Plessis
Development Forum in Papua New Guinea: Upsides and
Downsides                                       120
Colin Filer
Five Principles for the Management of Natural Resource
Revenue: the Case of Timor-Leste's Petroleum Revenue 151
Jennifer Drysdale

General Index

The views expressed in this journal are those of the contributors, and not
necessarily those of the International Bar Association.

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