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The Resource Climate change and Indigenous peoples : the search for legal remedies, edited by Randall S. Abate, Elizabeth Ann Kronk

Climate change and Indigenous peoples : the search for legal remedies, edited by Randall S. Abate, Elizabeth Ann Kronk

Label
Climate change and Indigenous peoples : the search for legal remedies
Title
Climate change and Indigenous peoples
Title remainder
the search for legal remedies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Randall S. Abate, Elizabeth Ann Kronk
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Chapter 22 discusses the impact to indigenous peoples and analyses how the rapidly changing legal framework addresses climate change will impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities; implications of the introduction of a carbon tax for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities; includes examples of climate change risks in five areas, Torres Strait Islands, Maningrida, Katherine, Pilbara and the Murray-Darling basin; Indigenous climate change projects - North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Carbon Project, Western Arnhem Land Fire Abatement Project; includes recommendations on how to enhance protection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in adapting to climate change impacts
Dewey number
342.0872
Index
index present
LC call number
K3247
LC item number
.C55 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Abate, Randall
  • Kronk, Elizabeth Ann
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  • Climatic changes
  • Environmental law
  • Indigenous peoples
Label
Climate change and Indigenous peoples : the search for legal remedies, edited by Randall S. Abate, Elizabeth Ann Kronk
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introductory content and principles -- 1.Commonality among unique indigenous communities: an introduction to climate change and its impacts on indigenous peoples / Elizabeth Ann Kronk -- 2.Introduction to international and domestic climate change regulation / Deepa Badrinarayana -- 3.Introduction to indigenous peoples' status and rights under international human rights law / Lillian Aponte Miranda -- 4.Introduction to indigenous sovereignty under international and domestic law / Elizabeth Ann Kronk -- 5.Climate change and indigenous peoples: comparative models of sovereignty / Rebecca Tsosie -- 6.Indigenous environmental knowledge and climate change adaptation / Maxine Burkett -- pt. II Global perspectives -- International organizations -- 7.REDD+: its potential to melt the glacial resistance to recognize human rights and indigenous peoples' rights at the World Bank / Leonardo A. Crlppa -- South America -- 8.REDD+ and indigenous peoples in Brazil / Andrew Long -- 9.REDD+: climate justice or a new face of manifest destiny? Lessons drawn from the indigenous struggle to resist colonization of Ojibwe Forests in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Philomena Kebec -- Lower 48 States of the United States of America -- 10.Natural resource development and indigenous peoples / Jon-Daniel Lavallee -- 11.Climate change and tribal water rights: removing barriers to adaptation strategies / Judith V. Royster -- Arctic -- 12.Canadian indigenous peoples and climate change: the potential for Arctic land claims agreements to address changing environmental conditions / Sophie Theriault -- 13.America's Arctic: climate change impacts on indigenous peoples and subsistence / Peter Van Tuyn -- 14.The Saami facing the impacts of global climate change / Irina L. Stoyanova -- 15.Complexities of addressing the impacts of climate change on indigenous peoples through international law petitions: a case study of the Inuit Petition to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights / Hari M. Osofsky -- Pacific Island Nations -- 16.Climate change, legal governance and the Pacific Islands: an overview / Erika J. Techera -- 17.Fiji: climate change, tradition and Vanua / Victoria Sutton -- 18.Islands in the stream: addressing climate change from a small island developing state perspective / Clement Yow Mulalap -- 19.The rising tide of international climate litigation: an illustrative hypothetical of Tuvalu v Australia / Keely Boom -- Asia -- 20.The impacts of climate change on indigenous populations in China and legal remedies / Po Dong -- 21.Changing climate and changing rights: exploring legal and policy frameworks for indigenous mountain communities in Nepal to face the challenges of climate change / J. Mijin Cha -- Australia and New Zealand -- 22.Climate change impacts to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia / Megan Davis -- 23.Negotiating climate change: Maori, the Crown and New Zealand's Emission Trading Scheme / Naomi Johnstone -- Africa -- 24.Climate change, law and indigenous peoples in Kenya: Ogiek and Maasai narratives / Elvin Nyukuri
Control code
000050478263
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 590 p.
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Isbn
9781781001790
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Other control number
60001732724
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)811732784
Label
Climate change and Indigenous peoples : the search for legal remedies, edited by Randall S. Abate, Elizabeth Ann Kronk
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introductory content and principles -- 1.Commonality among unique indigenous communities: an introduction to climate change and its impacts on indigenous peoples / Elizabeth Ann Kronk -- 2.Introduction to international and domestic climate change regulation / Deepa Badrinarayana -- 3.Introduction to indigenous peoples' status and rights under international human rights law / Lillian Aponte Miranda -- 4.Introduction to indigenous sovereignty under international and domestic law / Elizabeth Ann Kronk -- 5.Climate change and indigenous peoples: comparative models of sovereignty / Rebecca Tsosie -- 6.Indigenous environmental knowledge and climate change adaptation / Maxine Burkett -- pt. II Global perspectives -- International organizations -- 7.REDD+: its potential to melt the glacial resistance to recognize human rights and indigenous peoples' rights at the World Bank / Leonardo A. Crlppa -- South America -- 8.REDD+ and indigenous peoples in Brazil / Andrew Long -- 9.REDD+: climate justice or a new face of manifest destiny? Lessons drawn from the indigenous struggle to resist colonization of Ojibwe Forests in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Philomena Kebec -- Lower 48 States of the United States of America -- 10.Natural resource development and indigenous peoples / Jon-Daniel Lavallee -- 11.Climate change and tribal water rights: removing barriers to adaptation strategies / Judith V. Royster -- Arctic -- 12.Canadian indigenous peoples and climate change: the potential for Arctic land claims agreements to address changing environmental conditions / Sophie Theriault -- 13.America's Arctic: climate change impacts on indigenous peoples and subsistence / Peter Van Tuyn -- 14.The Saami facing the impacts of global climate change / Irina L. Stoyanova -- 15.Complexities of addressing the impacts of climate change on indigenous peoples through international law petitions: a case study of the Inuit Petition to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights / Hari M. Osofsky -- Pacific Island Nations -- 16.Climate change, legal governance and the Pacific Islands: an overview / Erika J. Techera -- 17.Fiji: climate change, tradition and Vanua / Victoria Sutton -- 18.Islands in the stream: addressing climate change from a small island developing state perspective / Clement Yow Mulalap -- 19.The rising tide of international climate litigation: an illustrative hypothetical of Tuvalu v Australia / Keely Boom -- Asia -- 20.The impacts of climate change on indigenous populations in China and legal remedies / Po Dong -- 21.Changing climate and changing rights: exploring legal and policy frameworks for indigenous mountain communities in Nepal to face the challenges of climate change / J. Mijin Cha -- Australia and New Zealand -- 22.Climate change impacts to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia / Megan Davis -- 23.Negotiating climate change: Maori, the Crown and New Zealand's Emission Trading Scheme / Naomi Johnstone -- Africa -- 24.Climate change, law and indigenous peoples in Kenya: Ogiek and Maasai narratives / Elvin Nyukuri
Control code
000050478263
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 590 p.
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Isbn
9781781001790
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Other control number
60001732724
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)811732784

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