This ground-breaking publication investigates how Arctic indigenous groups care for the demanding situations of weather switch and the way they try to increase self-determination. Adopting an anthropological specialise in Greenland’s imaginative and prescient to spice up extractive industries and rework society, the publication examines how indigenous groups interact with weather switch and improvement discourses. It applies a severe and comparative procedure, integrating either neighborhood views and variation study from Canada and Greenland to make the case for recasting the best way the Arctic and Inuit are approached conceptually and politically. The emphasis on indigenous peoples as future-makers and right-holders paves the best way for a brand new realizing of the idea that of indigenous wisdom and a extra delicate appreciation of predicaments and dynamics within the Arctic.
This ebook should be of curiosity to post-graduate scholars and researchers in environmental reports, improvement stories and zone stories.
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