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Herrmann, Thora Martina

Indigenous Peoples’ Governance of Land and Protected Territories in the Arctic

Herrmann, Thora Martina - Indigenous Peoples’ Governance of Land and Protected Territories in the Arctic, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Modern-Day Land Claim Agreements and Governance Agreements in the Arctic – An Opportunity to Reconcile the Interests and Worldviews of Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Societies?

1. Co-operative Management of Auyuittuq National Park: Moving Towards Greater Emphasis and Recognition of Indigenous Aspirations for the Management of Their Lands
Chris Jacobson, Micheline Manseau, Gary Mouland, Amy Brown, Andrew Nakashuk, Billy Etooangat, Matthew Nakashuk, Delia Siivola, Leesee-Mary Kaki, Jaypetee Kapik, Manasa Evic, Abraham Kennianak, Davidee Koonelieusee

2. Regional Governance and Indigenous Rights in Norway: The Finnmark Estate Case
Eva Josefsen, Siri U. Søreng, Per Selle

3. Increasing Cooperation and Advancing Reconciliation in the Cooperative Management of Protected Areas in Canada’s North
Thomas H. D. Nesbitt

Part II. Transboundary and Regional Protected Area Governance

4. Two Parks, One Vision – Collaborative Management Approaches to Transboundary Protected Areas in Northern Canada: Tongait KakKasuangita SilakKijapvinga/Torngat Mountains National Park, Nunatsiavut and le Parc national Kuururjuaq Nunavik
Harvey Lemelin, Margaret Johnston, Dave Lough, Judith Rowell, Wayne Broomfield, Gary Baikie, Kristie Sheppard

5. Conceptual and Institutional Frameworks for Protected Areas, and the Status of Indigenous Involvement: Considerations for the Bering Strait Region of Alaska
Julie Raymond-Yakoubian

Part III. Cultural, Spiritual, Ecological, Aesthetic, Recreational and Economic Values of Protected Areas and Indigenous Lands and Territories in the Arctic

6. Protecting the ‘Caribou Heaven’: A Sacred Site of the Naskapi and Protected Area Establishment in Nunavik, Canada
John Mameamskum, Thora Martina Herrmann, Blanka Füleki

7. The Governance of Protected Areas in Greenland: The Resource National Park among Conservation and Exploitation
Daniela Tommasini

8. Conflicting Understandings in Polar Bear Co-management in the Inuit Nunangat: Enacting Inuit Knowledge and Identity
Stéphanie Vaudry

Part IV. Incentives Towards Protected Area Reconciliation and Rights-Based Reform in Governance of Indigenous Territories in the Arctic

9. Beyond the Protection of the Land, National Parks in the Canadian Arctic: A Way to Actualized and Institutionalized Aboriginal Cultures in the Global
Thibault Martin

10. Recognition of Indigenous Lands Through the Norwegian 2005 Finnmark Act: An Important Example for Other Countries with Indigenous People?
Øyvind Ravna

11. Global Context – Arctic Importance: Free, Prior and Informed Consent, a New Paradigm in International Law Related to Indigenous Peoples
Leena Heinämäki

Part V. Rhetoric and Protected Territories in the Arctic

12. Untouched and Uninhabited: Conflicting Canadian Rhetoric on the Protection of the Environment and Advancing Northern Economies
Katherine Sinclair

Keywords: Environment, Environmental Management, Nature Conservation, Cultural Studies, Political Science, Private International Law, International & Foreign Law, Comparative Law, Sustainable Development

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1st ed. 2016
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319250359
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-25033-5

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