Collaborative Consent and British Columbia’s Water: Towards Watershed Co-Governance

Published On: September 21st, 2017

Author: Merrell-Ann Phare, Rosie Simms, Oliver M. Brandes, and Michael Miltenberger

Released by the POLIS Water Sustainability Project and the Centre for Indigenous Environmental ResourcesCollaborative Consent and British Columbia’s Water: Towards Watershed Co-Governance lays out a viable model for achieving a critical shift towards more equitable nation-to-nation relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous governments, with a specific focus on freshwater governance in B.C.

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Posted in Impact Studies, Kootenay Lake Library, Lake Planning, Water

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