This resource outlines respectful approaches for collaborating with Indigenous conservation leadership.
This is the foundational document in the realm of IPCAs, written by the Indigenous Circle of Experts. Key are the 28 recommendations brought forwards to facilitate and support the establishment of IPCAs across Canada.
These guiding principles provide the foundation for a new way of working with Indigenous partners rooted in reconciliation, healing, and collaboration to protect, restore and conserve species and natural environments.
This links to the CICADA (Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives) website. CICADA is a research center focused on exploring the possibilities of Indigenous communities' collective 'life projects' to create new ways of protecting the environment and envisioning development.
[Described audio format] This short video discusses how Indigenous people in Canada can help reach Canada Target 1: conserving and protecting 17% of lands and waters by 2020, and now 30% by 2030.
Global Indigenous Agenda for the Governance of Indigenous Lands, Territories, Waters, Coastal Seas and Natural Resources
This Global Indigenous Agenda a presents the priority outcomes and actions that Indigenous Peoples’ Organisations (IPOs) of the IUCN have identified for the recognition of Indigenous Peoples as leaders, innovators, and key contributors to nature conservation.
This report was prepared to assist the First Nation Marine Society to plan how it might get involved in collaborative fisheries and ocean management. This report researches and describes a variety of organizations involved in collaborative fisheries or ocean management.