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1 year 9 months
2012 / PDF
This resource provides a balanced, accessible, and comprehensive look at Solar Photovoltaics from a Canadian perspective.
Author(s): Charlotte Helston
1 year 9 months
2012 /
This resource provides a balanced, accessible, and comprehensive look at Run-of-River Hydro power from a Canadian perspective.
Author(s): Charlotte Helston
1 year 9 months
2012 / PDF
This resource provides a balanced, accessible, and comprehensive look at Large Hydro from a Canadian perspective.
Author(s): Charlotte Helston
1 year 9 months
2012 / PDF
This resource provides an approachable yet comprehensive look at nuclear power from a Canadian perspective.
Author(s): Andrew Farris
1 year 9 months
2012 / PDF
This resource provides an approachable yet comprehensive look at natural gas from a Canadian perspective.
Author(s): Andrew Farris
1 year 9 months
2012 / PDF
This resource provides a comprehensive, balanced and approachable look at coal from a Canadian perspective.
Author(s): Andrew Farris
1 year 9 months
2012 / PDF
This resource is a comprehensive, balanced and approachable look at oil from a Canadian perspective.
Author(s): Andrew Farris
1 year 9 months
2004 / PDF
Across Canada today, Aboriginal communities and their governments, particularly those near urban areas, are putting greater energy into exploring land use development opportunities that will generate economic growth for their communities. In addition, federal legislative and policy changes are increasing the land management powers of many Indian Band governments. Experience shows that land use...
Author(s): Woodward and Company
1 year 9 months
2014 / PDF
This article is devoted to the consideration of land disputes between oil companies and reindeer-herding communities. This research analyzes the legal framework within which the participants of conflict act, with particular reference to legal anthropology. Most of the focus is not so much on formal laws as on the way in which they are understood and interpreted by the participants in relations....
Author(s): Svetlana Tulaeva, University of Eastern Finland
1 year 9 months
2007 / PDF
Impact and benefit agreements (IBAs) have become a common part of a standard package of agreements negotiated between an industrial proponent and a representative aboriginal organization.  Among other things, IBAs recognize aboriginal peoples’ interests with the land and parallel more broadly with the corporate social responsibility phenomena.  IBAs seek to establish a bond based on consultation...
Author(s): Courtney Fidler and Michael Hitch

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