Fifth Annual Renewable Energy Projects in Indian Country Conference

It is likely renewable energy will power our homes, businesses, and potentially even our economy in the near future. Indian Country contains 5% of the land and 10% of the undeveloped natural resources in the United States that could be used for renewable energy projects, but there are many obstacles tribes must overcome to bring these projects to fruition. At Native Nation Events’ Fifth Annual Renewable Energy Projects in Indian Country Conference, May 21-22, 2012 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, AZ, a forum of tribal leaders and professionals will address these issues. Discussions will include: increasing access to private capital, feasibility studies, and how we can create sustainable and environmentally responsible economies with renewable energy projects for the future generations of Indian Country.

 

Event Venue:
9800 East Indian Bend Road  
Scottsdale, AZ 85256-2700
(866) 877-9897
Use the Booking ID: 1527

Third Annual Native American Health Care Conference in conjuction with the Healthy Heart Symposium

The Third Annual Native American Health Care Conference in conjunction with Healthy Heart Symposium will address health care disparities in Native American Communities via the structural causes of health care inequality, the social determinants of health, and their physical effects in an intimate educational and networking forum. The topics of discussion, for this two-day Las Vegas event, will include: financing health care facilities, the effects of pollution and the environment on Native health, the social determinants of health, traditional diet, Native American nursing, dental health, cardiovascular health, and cancer in Indian Country. For speaking and exhibiting opportunities or to register please call 201-857-5333.

 

Who Should Attend:

-Tribal Leaders
-Indian Health Program Chief Executive Officers
-Clinical Directors
-Chief Medical Officers
-Business Process Outsourcing Providers
-Healthcare Software Providers
-Construction Companies
-Nurse Consultants
-Pharmaceutical and healthcare providers
-Bankers
-Lawyers
-Architects
-Insurance Providers
-Financial Advisors

 

Event Venue:

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South  
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 698-7000

5th Annual National Casino & Hotel Development Conference

The Fifth Annual National Casino & Hotel Development Conference is the preeminent casino and hotel development event. For two days only in Las Vegas, owners, operators, developers and tribal leaders will come together with the industry’s top professionals in the fields of architecture, construction, design, feasibility studies, engineering and financing. If you are looking to build, expand or renovate your casino or hotel, this is a can’t miss event!!!

 

For speaking and exhibiting opportunities or to register, please call 201-857-5330.

 

Who Should Attend:

-Tribal Leaders
-Economic Development Professionals
-Gaming Commissioners
-Gaming Authority Members
-General Managers
-Finance and Legal Professionals
-Architect Firms
-Construction Companies
-Engineers
-Owner’s Representatives
-Developers
-Operators
-Feasibility Study Companies
-Technology Developers
-Government

 

Event Venue:
Palms Las Vegas
4321 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 942-7064
Use the group code: CATCC12
 
 

Indian Country Is Turning Green!!!

Clean energy is flowing steadily in Indian Country. According to a 2010 National Wildlife Federation report, alternative energy on native lands is the key to creating jobs, conserving resources, and adapting to climate change. Solar, Wind, and Biomass are becoming increasingly popular sources of revenue on and off the reservation. With a surplus of 95 million acres of land, tribes are becoming more and more invested in green energy projects.

Native Americans are playing a vital role in the conservation movement in The United States. As our country’s oldest naturalists, American Indians are aligned with the ideals of the alternative energy movement. With the use of green energy, tribes are generating a large profit while helping to restore a sense of balance in nature.

“Tribal households pay significantly more in home energy expenses than other Americans,” said Bob Gruenig, senior policy analyst at the National Tribal Environmental Council.“The vast potential on tribal lands to generate clean energy from renewable resources means that Indian Tribes can help to provide for their own energy needs, generate clean power for a new energy future in Indian Country, and put America on the path to energy independence.”

In addition to a wide variety of economic development topics, our upcoming Alaska and Northwest Native American Economic Development Conference will feature panels that discuss the benefits of renewable energy. We will hear case studies of alternative energy projects that have succeeded on the reservation, and provide networking opportunities between green energy professionals and tribal decision makers. Join Native Nation Events in turning Indian Country GREEN!!!

Please visit http://www.nativenationevents.org/ for more information.

 

Join Native Nation Events in Arizona!

Native Nation Events  will be hosting the Southwest Native American Economic Development Conference. This event will bring together tribal decision makers and business leaders in an open, educational forum. Our unique networking events facilitate the connection between tribal leaders and professionals and are packed with the most up-to-date information in the diverse field of economic development. The informative panels at this event will explore legislative updates and innovative economic diversification strategies for tribes in the Southwest among other prevalent topics. This networking forum serves as a connection between tribal decision makers and the professionals that can help them to reach their economic goals. For speaking and exhibiting opportunities or to register, please call 201-857-5333.

 

 

 

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