Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy.
Established in 1987, the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy at the University of Arizona (body, education) University of Arizona - The University was founded in 1885 as a Land Grant institution with a three-fold mission of teaching, research and public service. in Tucson specializes in several important program areas relating to relating to relate prep → concernant
relating to relate prep → bezüglich +gen, mit Bezug auf +acc the environment and public health, including environmental conflict resolution, environmental policy in the Southwest, the U.S.-Mexican border environment, and American Indian American Indian
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Any member of the various aboriginal peoples of the Western Hemisphere, with the exception of the Eskimos (Inuit) and the Aleuts. policy. To promote its mission in these areas, the Udall Center maintains a Web site at http://udallcenter.arizona.edu/that informs the public about its policy-related research and outreach activities.
The Publications link on each program area page leads the visitor to numerous citations for Udall Center working papers working papers
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Noun 1. working papers , scholarly articles (including some that have appeared in EHP EHP
1. effective horsepower
2. electric horsepower ), reports, issue papers, and other publications. A click on Related Links gives access to more than 300 environmental organizations in the Southwest. The Udall Center Library Online link allows the visitor to search the center's library collection, which houses more than 4,000 books, reports, and periodicals related to its mission.
Since the spring of 1996, the Udall Center has undertaken several activities that have furthered its objective of establishing a national program in environmental conflict resolution. These activities, described on the Environmental Conflict Resolution page, include the funding of interdisciplinary research projects at the University of Arizona, designing and implementing two simulated conflict exercises, and the development of a database of graduate programs in environmental conflict resolution. Projects include the Upper San Pedro River San Pedro River may refer to:
The Environmental Policy in the Southwest page includes information about projects and events pertaining per·tain
intr.v. per·tained, per·tain·ing, per·tains
1. To have reference; relate: evidence that pertains to the accident.
2. to climate change, environmental health, and water policy.
According to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. the U.S.-Mexico Border Environment page, the center has, during the past decade, "established a presence as a neutral, respected observer and commentator on border environmental policy." As the page shows, the center's research agenda in this area has been full and has included studies of transboundary urban water management and the evolution and functioning of environmental institutions such as the Border Environment Cooperation Commission and the North American North American
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The American Indian Policy page reveals that the center spends much time analyzing and researching Indian health and environmental and natural resource issues. The program emphasizes providing tribal, state, and federal policy makers with education and policy analysis in areas including the tribal management of natural resources and environmental issues.
Environmental health specialists can keep up with the work of the Udall Center by periodically checking out the Newsletter: Update link. Although irregularly published, the Udall Center Update contains a wealth of information about events and activities at the center and the acquisitions by the center library.