Aboriginal Peoples and Resource Development 18.2

Published: September 1991

Editorial: How shall the power be shared? - Terry Fenge

Co-management: The Evolution in Theory and Practice of the Joint Administration of Living Resources - Fikret Berkes, Peter George and Richard J. Preston

Some Implications of the Sparrow Judgment for Resource Conservation and Management - Peter J. Usher

Footsteps Along the Road: Indian Land Claims and Access to Natural Resources - Murray W. Wagner

Indigenous Survivors in Canada and Australia - Peter Jull

Towards New South/North Development Strategies in Canada - Peter R. Mulvihill and Peter Jacobs

Community-based observations on sustainable development in southern Hudson Bay - Lucassie Arragutainaq and Brian Fleming

Bioregional review of Hudson Bay projects proposed - Birch Behmann

Canadian, World, Tech Notes

Harms’ Way: Welcome to the O Zone - Dave Harms

Botanical pesticides - Angela Heeds

Inset: The wonder tree

Garbage for art’s sake - Glen Hougan

Reviews
James Bay and Northern Quebec: Ten Years After - Sylvie Vincent and Garry Bowers, eds.
Land Use Planning and Sustainable Development in Canada - Nigel Richardson
The Arguments of Agriculture: A Casebook in Contemporary Agricultural Controversy - Jan Wojcik
Housing the Homeless and Poor: new Partnerships among the Private, Public and Third Sectors - George Fallis and Alex Murray, eds.
Sustainable Development in Canada: Options for Law Reform - the Canadian Bar Association Committee

Podium: Innu of Nitassinan - Napess Ashini

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