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. Prerequisite; Acceptance into the Ecological Restoration degree program or by departmental approval.
Below is one offering of this course for the Fall 2020 term.
Thu Sep 10 - Thu Dec 10 14 Weeks
|Sep 10 - Dec 10||Thu||14:30 - 17:30||BBY Online Delivery|
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Upon succdssful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Fall 2020
RENR 7008 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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