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This book explains strategic environmental assessment (SEA) as a method of taking into consideration environmental and sustainability issues when making decisions with respect to a project. Although dated, this book shows important processes involved in the background and process of conducting SEA.
This book outlines methods and best-processes for conducting Environmental-Impact Assessments (EIA), that include public participation in assessment and decision-making. It is intended as a useful resource for individuals who are conducting or assessing community participation in research about the environmental impacts of development. The book discusses practical considerations for how participation can be organized and integrated into the science of EIA’s.
This thesis dissertation discusses the inclusion of the concerns of future generations in the negotiation processes of Impact-Benefit Agreements (IBAs) and Environmental Assessments (EA), as being important to Aboriginal participation in resource development projects. The author develops a series of criteria for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that can be used to strengthen IBAs and EA, and to resolve conflicts that emerge in the decision-making process.
The “Making FPIC a Reality Project” in the United Kingdom, is a coalition of Indigenous peoples, Academic institutions, and NGO’s that advocate for the recognition of the rights of Indigenous peoples by multinational mining companies. This research paper seeks to contribute towards a discussion between indigenous peoples and mining companies on the issue of indigenous peoples’ right to FPIC. It details the way FPIC is defined in international law, and then Indigenous and corporate perspectives on FPIC.
This is the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, as adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2007. The UN Declaration grants Indigenous peoples rights to self-determination, lands and territories, cultural traditions and customs, and free, prior, and informed consent concerning any development or decision-making on their traditional territory.
This report from the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, emerged in response to a 2011 decision to monitor the progress of Nations implementing UNDRIP within their respective constitutions. The Constitutions of many countries worldwide are examined, to determine the extent to which they have implemented the rights of Indigenous people to self-determination, representative decision-making, and withholding consent.