Aboriginal communities and non-renewable resource development : En134-33/2001E-PDF

The NRTEE's state of the debate reports synthesize the results of stakeholder consultations on potential opportunities for sustainable development. They summarize the extent of consensus and reasons for disagreement, review the consequence of action or inaction, and recommend steps specific stakeholders can take to promote sustainability.--Mandate Based on research and consultations among key players in the Northwest Territories, the report outlines five important policy areas in which these players may take action to ensure that non-renewable resource development contributes to building sustainable Aboriginal communities over the next 10 to 25 years.--Preface

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada.National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy.
Title Aboriginal communities and non-renewable resource development
Variant title At head of title : State of the debate
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Other formats Paper-[English]
Note(s) "The NRTEE's state of the debate reports synthesize the results of stakeholder consultations on potential opportunities for sustainable development. They summarize the extent of consensus and reasons for disagreement, review the consequence of action or inaction, and recommend steps specific stakeholders can take to promote sustainability."--Mandate. "Based on research and consultations among key players in the Northwest Territories, the report outlines five important policy areas in which these players may take action to ensure that non-renewable resource development contributes to building sustainable Aboriginal communities over the next 10 to 25 years."--Preface.
Bibliography.
Publishing information National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy [2001].
Description 124p.coloured map, references, photographs
Catalogue number
  • En134-33/2001E-PDF
Subject terms Aboriginal peoples
Mining industry
Government policy
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