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Canadian First Nations’ Ontologies, Environmental Knowledge and Co-Governance in the Face of Large-Scale Extractive Industries

Canadian First Nations’ Ontologies, Environmental Knowledge and Co-Governance in the Face of Large-Scale Extractive Industries

With the assistance of four doctoral students, we examine the diverse responses of St’at’imc Interior Salish of British Columbia, Bigstone Cree of Alberta, and Inuit of Nunavut to the incursions of mining, petroleum extraction, forestry, and hydro-electric development on their territories.

Project leader: Colin H. Scott

Associated Research Themes: Politics of Resource Extraction; Customary Tenure; Life Projects

Program Affiliation: INSTEAD

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Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives