7 Pitt. J. Envtl. Pub. Health L. 279 (2012-2013)
Reservation Please: Could Energy Development on Native American Land Be America's Most Valuable Resource

handle is hein.journals/pjephl7 and id is 300 raw text is: and Public Health Law                             Volume7Issue2
Spring 2013
NOTES
Reservations Please! Could Energy Development on Native
American Land Be America's Most Valuable Resource?
Jada Scott Greenhowe*
* Jada Greenhowe is the Senior Development Editor of the Pittsburgh
Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law. She received her J.D. from
the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in May 2013. She also received her
B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh. The author acknowledges and
expresses gratitude to the Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public
Health Law editorial staff. Jada would also like to express gratitude to Hazel
Greenhowe and Hazel Scott, both of whom were the inspiration for this note.

ISSN 2164-7976 (online) * DOI 10.5195/pjephl.2013.51

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