Natural Resource Management and Indigenous Peoples (RRM 312.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
RRM 312 01 January 2017 David Natcher (primary instructor)
 
RRM 312 01 January 2016 David Natcher (primary instructor)

Description

Explores the concepts, practices and issues associated with the management of land and resources by Canada's Aboriginal peoples. By examining the premises underlying varying approaches to resource management, this course will examine Aboriginal rights and management responsibility for fisheries, water resources, wildlife, forestry, parks and protected areas, and non-renewable resources. This course also examines the role of traditional/local ecological knowledge in resource management and impact assessment.

Prerequisite(s)

60 credit units or permission of the instructor.

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