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Title: The indigenous challenge
Author: Perafan, Carlos; Moyer, Dianna
Subject(s): Latin America
indigenous groups
oil
gas
energy
development
conflict
land dispossession
hydrocarbon
exploitation
extractive industries
natural resources
environmental impacts
contamination
socio-cultural effects
impact management
World Bank
ILO 169
future-living plans
revenue
rights
petro-nationalization
Abstract: In business circles, indigenous peoples in Latin America are perceived as an obstacle to oil and gas development. However, there is more than that to the story. Recent years have seen a strong reaction from indigenous peoples’ movements to the way hydrocarbons businesses have been managed in South America. This article discusses some of the effects of oil and gas development on indigenous communities in Latin America.
Date: 2006
Publisher: Inter-American Development Bank
Citation: Perafan, C., & Moyer, D. (2006). The indigenous challenge. In The World Energy Book, Issue 2 (South and Central America 3.2).
Description: Re-posted with permission from the publishers as a PDF document as part of an Institutional Repository collection to aggregate energy policy, regulation, dialogue and educational materials.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/20527
Available at: http://www.iadb.org

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