Honouring Indigenous Treaty Rights in Canada for Climate Justice

C. S. Mantyka-Pringle, C. N. Westman, A. P. Kythreotis, D. W. Schindler

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Expansion of the oil sands industry in Canada has caused land destruction and social friction. Canada could become a leader in climate governance by honouring treaty commitments made with indigenous peoples.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)798-801
Number of pages4
JournalNature Climate Change
Early online date3 Aug 2005
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2015

Bibliographical note

This article was conceived with inspiration from Aboriginal people within Treaty Six, Treaty Eight and Treaty Ten. We are grateful for comments from T. Jardine
(University of Saskatchewan).


  • Indigenous treaty rights
  • Climate Justice
  • Climate change


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