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Power shifts: the politics of sustainability transitions in electricity systems and the possibilities for first nations participation
Many sustainability concerns have led to a push for more sustainable electricity systems. Governments and utilities have responded to these pressures by making changes ranging from minor incremental adjustments to sweeping ...
SHIFTING INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL: CHANGING INDIGENOUS POLICY GOALS THROUGH MÉTIS AND FIRST NATIONS IDENTITY ASSERTIONS
The late 20th and 21st centuries witnessed the mobilization of Indigenous peoples who have engaged with the federal government to assert identity-based rights and title to land in Canada. Indigenous political engagement ...