1998 protecting the arctic indigenous peoples and cultural survival amsterdam harwood academic publishers 193 pages mark nuttalls opening sentences of his book protecting the arctic identify internationalization as an important trend in the arctic the global quest for natural. Indigenous peoples and the artic environment environmental protection and sustainable development sustaining environmental co operation ways of knowing ways of acting the claim for indigenous environmental knowledge hunting and the right to development the case of aboriginal subsistence whaling cultural preservation through . Get this from a library protecting the arctic indigenous peoples and cultural survival mark nuttall as the arctic region becomes drawn into broad global environmental problems indigenous groups fight to maintain control over lands resources traditions and cultures. Yet despite the diversity of the indigenous peoples and cultures of this area science based resource management systems designed to safeguard wildlife and the arctic environment have for the most part ignored indigenous perspectivesprotecting the arctic explores some of the ways in which indigenous peoples have taken political action . 1998 protecting the arctic indigenous peoples and cultural survival mark nuttall harwood academic publishers amsterdam netherlands wikipedia citation please see wikipedias template documentation for further citation fields that may be required
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