- International Fees
International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees. Exact cost will be calculated upon completion of registration.
This course will explore the historical and contemporary relationship between First Nations and the physical environment, particularly in British Columbia. The course will give a detailed overview of the history of First Nations from both a national and provincial perspective. It will also examine the various federal acts that have impacted aboriginal peoples socially and politically. The course will explore the treaty process in British Columbia and look at Aboriginal self-government, ownership of lands and the management of natural resources. Through case studies and team projects, the course will explore the working relationship between First Nations, various levels of government and private industry particularly with respect to Traditional Ecological Knowledge, environmental management and sustainability issues.
- Acceptance into the Ecological Restoration degree program or by departmental approval.
Below is one offering of RENR 7008 for the Fall 2023 term.
Tue Sep 05 - Tue Dec 12 (15 weeks)
- 15 weeks
- CRN 47013
- Domestic fees $851.66International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees.
Class meeting times
|Sep 05 - Dec 12||Tue||09:30 - 12:20||Burnaby SW05 Rm. 2875|
- Departmental approval needed
- International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees. Exact cost will be calculated upon completion of registration.
This course is reserved for Ecological Restoration program. Students will require department approval prior to registration. Contact Giti Abouhamzeh at 778-331-1392 or firstname.lastname@example.org for approval. Please note: this course will be offered in person and online. No class on Sep 05th.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Discuss the history of Indigenous Peoples from the perspective of both pre- and post-contact with European settlers.
- Assess the constitutional and political legislation associated with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, in particular as it relates to natural resources and the duty to consult.
- Describe the political and legal issues associated with Indigenous land stewardship, self-determination and governance, and individual and community rights.
- Examine the relationships between Indigenous Peoples, governments, NGOs, and industry in the context of natural resource use and management.
- Understand the significance of Indigenous rights and title and how this relates to lands, waters, and other natural resources.
- Work respectfully and effectively with Indigenous communities by applying an understanding of Indigenous experiences and perspectives and the importance of reconciliation in restoration ecology.
Effective as of Fall 2023
Indigenous Perspectives in Natural Resources Management (RENR 7008) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Construction and the Environment
- Ecological Restoration
Bachelor of Science Full-time/Part-time
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