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Reconsidering the Canadian Environmental Impact Assessment Act - a place for traditional environmental knowledge

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2002

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Paci, C., Tobin, A., and Robb, P., 2002, Reconsidering the Canadian Environmental Impact Assessment Act - a place for traditional environmental knowledge: Environmental Impact Assessment Review, v. 22, no. 2, p. 111-127.

Summary

There is a fundamental assertion by indigenous communities, which is now beginning to be recognized globally, that "we belong to the land." The position of indigenous people, both locally and globally, as traditional knowledge holders and legal entities with rights and title to lands is challenging the authority of nation states in the development and management of lands and resources. International bodies, such as the United Nations and World Bank, continually place emphasis on bridging the implementation gap between the inclusion and exclusion of indigenous communities in public policy. However, increasing tensions exhibited between indigenous nations and nation states continue to surface. Much needs to be written about the shortsightedness [...]

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