2 edition of Forest management consultation in aboriginal communities found in the catalog.
Forest management consultation in aboriginal communities
Carols R. Garcia
Written in English
|Statement||by Carlos R. Garcia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Consultation processes in forest management in Québec Aboriginal people are experiencing a proliferation of mechanisms calling for them to participate in the management and development of forest territories. Among those mechanisms, the consultation processes are probably the ones most often used by government managers and third parties having.
Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada makes an excellent contribution to the emerging field of Aboriginal forestry and resource management.
This book contains a broad range of topics and perspectives relating to contemporary challenges arising from increased Aboriginal control over land management and by: A protocol framework for meaningful consultation with aboriginal peoples in forest management planning is intended to help to address these issues.
General Description The project developed a protocol framework of principles for meaningful consultation with Canada's aboriginal peoples in. AN ABORIGINAL CRITERION FOR SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT National Aboriginal Forestry Association 2 Position Paper - March or significant Aboriginal social, cultural or spiritual sites Number of Aboriginal communities with a significant forestry component in the economic base and the diversity of forest use at the community level.
Within this context of change, better understanding of Aboriginal issues, rights, and their historical basis by the forest community and by Canadians generally is desirable. Indeed, greater cooperation among Aboriginal communities, private forest companies and governments is essential to achieving sustainable forest management.
Forest management scenarios, cartographic presentation / and governments to rethink their relationships with Aboriginal communities.
In addition, a process of Aboriginal self-determination was especially Paul Tennant’s book, Aboriginal Peoples and Politics: The Indian Land Question in British Columbia, The sustainability of communities and the rights and participation of Aboriginal peoples in forest management are underscored in Canada's Criteria and Indicators Framework.
Forest management in Canada is shifting from government regulation to community-based solutions and increased public involvement in decision making. A key process for. The British Columbia Ministry of Forests’ “Aboriginal Rights and Title — Consultation Guidelines”, prepared in response to a Supreme Court of Canada decision on aboriginal rights and title, presents an interesting example of how common law influences provincial environmental policy.
The policy addresses the British Columbia government’s fiduciary duty to First Nations and requires Cited by: 5. Forest certification applies to Aboriginal people in two ways: (1) certification of Aboriginal forest operations and reserve land management, and (2) the certification process for forest industry companies that have Crown tenures in traditional territories, and the impact of this on Aboriginal by: Finally, social impacts of SLO include the way in which Aboriginal people's knowledge and values are integrated into forest management.
Consultation processes and some IBAs include specific measures for traditional knowledge, but formal co-management structures typically go the furthest in establishing explicit mechanisms by: 4.