Author Tags: Environment, First Nations, Forestry
In the aftermath of the landmark Nisga’a Treaty of 1998, more land use agreements have been signed within the ongoing BC Treaty process, resulting in increased Aboriginal participation in resource management in both B.C. and Canada, particularly concerning forests. The rise of forest companies managed by aboriginal communities is one of the phenomenae examined in Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada (UBC Press 2013), co-edited by D.B. Tindall, an associate UBC professor in both the Department of Forest Resources Management and the Department of Sociology.
Review of the author's work by BC studies:
Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada
Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada (UBC Press, 2012) co-edited with Ronald L. Trosper and Pamela Perreault. $95 978-0-7748-2334-0
[BCBW, 2013] "Resource Policy & Politics"