By Thora Martina Herrmann, Thibault Martin
This e-book addresses serious questions and analyses key matters relating to Indigenous/Aboriginal Peoples and governance of land and guarded components within the Arctic. It brings jointly contributions from scientists, indigenous and non-indigenous researchers, neighborhood leaders, and individuals of the coverage neighborhood that: record Indigenous/Aboriginal methods to governance of land and guarded parts on the neighborhood, nearby and overseas point; discover new territorial governance versions which are rising as a part of the Indigenous/Aboriginal governance inside of Arctic States, provinces, territories and areas; examine the popularity or lack thereof relating indigenous rights to self-determination within the Arctic; and view how conventional decision-making preparations and practices could be associated with governments within the strategy of solid governance. The publication highlights crucial classes realized, good fortune tales, and ultimate matters, all of that are necessary to deal with problems with Arctic governance of land and guarded parts this day, and that can even be suitable for destiny governance arrangements.
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Jacobson et al. terms of engagement (Escobar 1995; Briggs and Sharp 2004). Many cases of integration have resulted in de-contextualising Indigenous knowledge from the world views that ensure appropriate interpretation (Agrawal 1995; Nadasdy 1999). Others argue for greater devolution of management to Indigenous groups to facilitate cultural resilience and improve management outcomes (Jacobson and Moller 2013; McCarthy et al. 2013). Assuming equitable and meaningful knowledge integration may not be possible, the question remains of whether embedding of governance processes in a knowledge system can subsequently influence the application of knowledge to management.
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