Andrew Curley

Andrew Curley is a member of the Navajo Nation and an assistant professor in the School of Geography, Development & Environment at the University of Arizona. He has studied the social, cultural, and political implications of coal mining in the Navajo Nation, and his latest research is on the environmental history of water diversions on the Colorado River and the impact of colonial infrastructures on tribal nations.
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Carbon Sovereignty

Carbon Sovereignty

Coal, Development, and Energy Transition in the Navajo Nation

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