Honouring Indigenous Treaty Rights for Climate Justice

Alternate Title
Honoring Indigenous Treaty Rights for Climate Justice
Uses the Alberta oil sands and Treaty Eight as an example of how adhering to the treaty terms could result in environmental and social benefits for all Canadians and make the country a leader in sustainability and climate governance.
Author/Creator
C. S. Mantyka-Pringle
C. N. Westman
A. P. Kythreotis
D. W. Schindler
Open Access
No
Primary Source
No
Citation
Nature Climate Change, vol. 5, no. 9, September 2015, pp. 798-801
Publication Date
2015-09
Location
Resource Type
Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
Format
Text -- PDF
Text -- HTML
Language
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