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Indigenous peoples' governance of land and protected territories in the Arctic / Thora Martina Herrmann, Thibault Martin, editors.

Cham, Switzerland ; New York : Springer, [2016].

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  • Title:
    Indigenous peoples' governance of land and protected territories in the Arctic / Thora Martina Herrmann, Thibault Martin, editors.
  • Contributor: Thora Martina Herrmann 1977- editor.;
    Thibault Martin 1963- editor.
  • Subjects: Environment; Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- Arctic regions; Indigenous peoples -- Politics and government; LAW -- Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice; Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure; Indigenous peoples -- Politics and government; Politics and government; Nature -- Environmental Conservation & Protection; Social Science -- Sociology -- General; Political Science -- General; Law -- International; Science -- Environmental Science; Conservation of the environment; Cultural studies; Political science & theory; International law; Sustainability; Environmental management; Nature Conservation; Political science; Sustainable development; Technology & Engineering -- Environmental -- General; Environmental management; Arctic regions -- Politics and government; Arctic Regions; Electronic books;
    Dewey: 346.11/30432
  • Rights: Terms governing use: Copyright.
    Access restrictions: NON_PRINT_LEGAL_DEPOSIT
  • Publication Details: Cham, Switzerland ; New York : Springer, [2016].
  • Language: English
  • Description: Contents: Part I. Modern-day land claim agreements and governance agreements in the Arctic : an opportunity to reconcile the interests and worldviews of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal societies? Co-operative management of Auyuittuq National Park : moving towards greater emphasis and recognition of indigenous aspirations for the management of their lands / Chris Jacobson, Micheline Manseau, Gary Mouland, Amy Brown, Andrew Nakashuk, Billy Etooangat, Matthew Nakashuk, Delia Siivola, Leesee-Mary Kaki, Jaypetee Kapik, Manasa Evic, Abraham Kennianak, and Davidee Koonelieusee ; Regional governance and indigenous rights in Norway : the Finnmark Estate case / Eva Josefsen, Siri U. Søreng, and Per Selle ; Increasing cooperation and advancing reconciliation in the cooperative management of protected areas in Canada's north / Thomas H.D. Nesbitt --
    Contents: Part II. Transboundary and regional protected area governance. Two parks, one vision : collaborative management approaches to transboundary protected areas in northern Canada : Tongait KakKasuangita SilakKijapvinga/Torngat Mountains National Park, Nunatsiavut and le Parc national Kuururjuaq Nunavik / Harvey Lemelin, Margaret Johnston, Dave Lough, Judith Rowell, Wayne Broomfield, Gary Baikie, and Kristie Sheppard ; Conceptual and institutional frameworks for protected areas, and the status of indigenous involvement : considerations for the Bering Strait region of Alaska / Julie Raymond-Yakoubian --
    Contents: Part III. Cultural, spiritual, ecological, aesthetic, recreational and economic values of protected areas and indigenous lands and territories in the Arctic. Protecting the 'Caribou Heaven' : a sacred site of the Naskapi and protected area establishment in Nunavik, Canada / John Mameamskum, Thora Martina Herrmann, and Blanka Füleki ; The governance of protected areas in Greenland : the resource National Park among conservation and exploitation / Daniela Tommasini ; Conflicting understandings in polar bear co-management in the Inuit Nunangat : enacting Inuit knowledge and identity / Stéphanie Vaudry --
    Contents: Part IV. Incentives towards protected area reconciliation and rights-based reform in governance of indigenous territories in the Arctic. Beyond the protection of the land, national parks in the Canadian Arctic : a way to actualized and institutionalized Aboriginal cultures in the global / Thibault Martin ; Recognition of indigenous lands through the Norwegian 2005 Finnmark Act : an important example for other countries with indigenous people? / Øyvind Ravna ; Global context -- Arctic importance : free, prior and informed consent, a new paradigm in international law related to indigenous peoples / Leena Heinämäki -- Part V. Rhetoric and protected territories in the Arctic. Untouched and uninhabited : conflicting Canadian rhetoric on the protection of the environment and advancing northern economies / Katherine Sinclair.
  • Identifier: ISBN 9783319250359 (electronic book); ISBN 3319250353 (electronic book); ISBN (hardcover); ISBN (hardcover)
    10.1007/978-3-319-25035-9 doi; BNB GBB8L7770; System number: 019128903
  • Notes: Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (256 pages) : illustrations, maps.
  • Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection DRT ELD.DS.354977
  • UIN: BLL01019128903

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