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5 years 10 months
2010 /
Both the federal and provincial environmental assessment processes were designed prior to significant court cases on the nature of Aboriginal rights and title, and the government’s duty to consult and accommodate on those rights. Both levels of government have failed to amend their legislation according to new case law, and have yet to develop policies on Aboriginal consultation and accommodation.
Author(s): TaraMarsden
5 years 10 months
2010 /
This project builds upon the experience of the three partner First Nations in past and current environmental assessments, addressing the numerous challenges, and strengthening common approaches to a First Nations Environmental Review Process.  The partner First Nations conducted research on the various aspects of the environmental assessment process including legal, social, cultural,...
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
Author(s): NADLEH WHUT’EN
5 years 10 months
2010 /
The partner First Nations will conduct research on the various aspects of the environmental assessment process including legal, social, cultural, environmental, and economic impact assessment and mitigation processes.  The project will also research best practices among other First Nations, and enlist technical support to ensure scientific validity of the new First Nations Environmental...
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
5 years 10 months
2010 /
To build a First Nations Environmental Review Process framework that can be implemented by the three partner First Nations in dealing with major project developments within the traditional territories.
5 years 10 months
2010 /
The purpose of this document is to articulate the high-level design of the Cumulative Effects Assessment (CEA) Workshop. Table 1 summarizes the overall characteristics of the workshop, and Table 2 describes a high-level workshop design. These will drive the next step: articulating the specifics of each session (process, activities and materials).
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
5 years 10 months
2006 /
(i) This fundamentally flawed review process is a collaboration between the federal and provincial governments and the mining proponent to:completely destroy Amazay Lake (also known as Duncan Lake) as a viablefreshwater ecosystem by turning it into a mine waste disposal site;solely to for the sake of economic convenience, provide rationale to themining proponent and its shareholders for their...
5 years 10 months
2010 /
The School of Resource and Environmental Management (REM) is part of the Faculty of Environment at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Coumbia, Canada.REM admitted its first students in September 1979. It now has a core of 15.25 full-time faculty who contribute to the tradition of research excellence and provide an integrated program of graduate instruction in resource and environmental...
5 years 10 months
2010 /
Introduction....................................................................1 What We Have to Protect: The Importance of our Coastal Areas .......................... 2 Why Protection is Becoming Increasingly Important: Issues Affecting our Approach to Coastal Areas ......... 3 Understanding the Coastal Eco-system: Identifying Sensitive Coastal Areas............................. 5 Creating a...
5 years 10 months
2011 /
Presentation on the Tahltan perspective on strategic planning and how to benefit from major projects. 
5 years 10 months
2010 /
An educational strategy is a crucial component of an overall Native land restoration movement. Implementing that strategy demands attention to a particular Native community’s social reality. That reality of course is a Native individual's or his or her community's forced separation from the land by white society; the result thereof having an adverse spiritual, cultural, social, political, and...

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