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 a webpage on the Uapashkuss website. This page is focused on the Sacred Sites of the Uapashkuss territory. Cela relie une page Web sur le site Web Uapashkuss. Cette page est centrée sur les sites sacrés du territoire Uapashkuss.
This links to the official website of the Tahltan Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas Project (British Columbia). It includes a project overview, background, and connected projects.
This study from WWF-Canada and led by scientists at McMaster University’s Remote Sensing Lab, has measured, for the first time, how much carbon is stored in Canada’s landscapes, and where the biggest stores can be found.
Aat á x yaa has na.át. aáni ka heen (Tlingit) , Nän ye chu ye ts’àdnäl (Southern Tutchone) , How We Walk with the Land and Water.
This links to the website for the How We Walk with the Land and Water Project - a unified First Nation vision for the Southern Lakes that is rooted in indigenous story, law, knowledge and affirmed by western science.