Greening Tribal Casinos
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National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) , established in 1985, is a non-profit organization of 184 Indian Nations with other non-voting associate members representing organizations, tribes and businesses engaged in tribal gaming enterprises from around the country. The common commitment and purpose of NIGA is to advance the lives of Indian peoples economically, socially and politically. NIGA operates as a clearinghouse and educational, legislative, and public policy resource for tribes, policymakers, and the public on Indian gaming issues and tribal community development.
In October 2010, Indian Gaming Magazine published an article entitled, "Greening Your Casino: Ideas to Save Money" (PDF) (2 pp, 930K, About PDF) to provide an overview of all the options available to interested facilities.
NIGA for facility managers and casino managers to connect, which may be helpful for those facilities interested in peer feedback on greening efforts.
National Indian Gaming Commission’s primary mission is to regulate gaming activities on Indian lands for the purpose of shielding Indian tribes from organized crime and other corrupting influences to ensure that Indian tribes are the primary beneficiaries of gaming revenue and to assure that gaming is conducted fairly and honestly by both operators and players.