This series of articles from the Narwhal featuring media coverage of Indigenous-led conservation efforts across [...]
This webinar features a discussion and story-telling about Indigenous life and connections to the land with several members of First Nations in Northwest 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 is the proposed land use designations for Ahousaht Ha- Hahoulthlee, the homeland of the Ahousaht muschiim. It was ratified in 2016.
The analysis shows that Indigenous Peoples manage or have tenure rights over at least ~38 million km2 in 87 countries, representing politically distinct areas on all inhabited continents and over a quarter of the world's land surface.
This is a report by the Federal, Provincial, and Territorial governments and their applicable agencies in response to the Indigenous Circle of Experts (ICE) and National Advisory Panel (NAP) reports and recommendations. It outlined 4 key priorities.
The Narwhal contributor Michelle Cyca explores the questions she has about IPCAs and Indingeous-led conservation [...]
Conservancies in British Columbia, Canada: Bringing Together Protected Areas and First Nations’ Interests
This paper discusses the new protected area designation of Conservancy in BC, and argues that [...]