HEATHER TANANA portrait
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
  • Research Assistant Professor, College Of Law - Dean
801-585-0480

Publications

  • Elizabeth Kronk Warner (date unknown). Law of Environmental Protection, Chapter 24 Climate Change, Tribal Sections 24:26-24:30. Vol. 3, Environmental Law Institute. Accepted, .
  • Heather Tanana (date unknown). Synching Science and Policy to Address Climate change in Tribal Communities. Natural Resources & Environment. Vol. 36. Accepted, .
  • John Ruple (date unknown). NEPA at 50: An Empirical Analysis of NEPA in the Courts. Rocky Mtn. Min. L. Inst. Vol. 66. Accepted, .
  • Elizabeth Kronk Warner (date unknown). Indian Country Post-McGirt: Implications for Traditional Energy Development and Beyond. Harvard Envtl. Law Review. Vol. 45. Accepted, .
  • John Ruple (date unknown). Debunking the Myths Behind the NEPA Process. Natural Resources & Environment. Vol. 35. Accepted, .
  • Heather Tanana (date unknown). Water is Life: Law, Systemic Racism, and Water Security in Indian Country. Health Security. Vol. 19. Accepted, .
  • Aila Hoss (date unknown). Upholding Tribal Sovereignty and Promoting Tribal Public Health Capacity During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Vol. 1. Public Health Law Watch. Accepted, .
  • Heather Tanana (date unknown). Universal Access to Clean Water for Tribes in the Colorado River Basin. Water & Tribes Initiative. Accepted, .
  • Heather Tanana (date unknown). Beyond the Pandemic: Historical Infrastructure, Funding, and Data Access Challenges in Indian country. Vol. 2. Public Health Law Watch. Accepted, .
  • Heather Tanana et al. (date unknown). Recommendations for Operational, Administrative, Policy, and Regulatory Reform. Water & Tribes Initiative. Accepted, .

Presentations

  • Colorado Water Conservation Board, Equity in Water Conference & Workshop, Keynote. , Presented, 2021.
  • University of Utah, Global Change & Sustainability Center Seminar Presentation, Universal Access to Clean Water for Tribal Communities. , Presented, 2021.
  • University of Colorado – Boulder, 41st Annual Colorado Law Conference on Natural Resources, Equity in the Colorado River Basin: How to Sustainably Manage a Shrinking Resource, Universal Access to Clean Water on Tribal Lands, Universal Access to Clean Water for Tribal Communities. , Presented, 2021.
  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Annual Annals of Health Law and Sciences Symposium, Technology and Innovative Care Delivery in Mental Health. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • University of Utah, S.J. Quinney COL, Part II: The Legal Realities of Native Americans in Utah and How You Can Help. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • APA Colorado, Making the Case for Water Equity: The Planner's Role. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • Utah State Historical Society, Historicizing COVID-19 in Navajo Nation. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • Western States Water Council & Native American Rights Fund, Symposium on the Settlement of Indian Reserved Water Rights Claims, Colorado River Water & Tribes Initiative. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • Harvard Environmental Law Review, Environmental Justice Symposium. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • University of Denver – Sturm College of Law, Environmental Justice & Water Panel. Panel, Presented, 2021.
  • Arizona State University, Academy for Justice Symposium: COVID-19 and Vulnerable Populations. Panel, Presented, 2020.
  • University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, Law Review Symposium: The Law & Ethics of Medical Research, Medical Research as Public Health Initiative. Panel, Presented, 2020.