This article in TIME discusses the history of colonial conservation practices in the United States.
The purpose of this draft report is to provide a historical overview of the experiences of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake and to develop possible approaches to reconciliation of resource and land use in their territories.
This article discusses the dark history of national parks in Canada and the effects they had on Indigenous Peoples, and then shifts to Indigenous conservation efforts being taken today.
This book explores Treaties One through Seven between the Canadian government and Indigenous nations in the Great Plains. The book challenges the idea that cultural misunderstandings led to the treaties and argues that the Canadian government deliberately misled Indigenous nations over governance, reserved lands, and resource sharing.
This book discusses the complex history between Indigenous Peoples and settlers, and presents respecting the "spirit and intent" of treaties as a way to move forward.
Moving beyond colonial models: IPCAs offer hope for biodiversity and advancing reconciliation in the Canadian boreal forest
This short academic commentary describes the importance of Canada’s boreal forest, the history of colonial [...]