Inuit Perceptions on the Adaptability of Land Claims Agreements to Accommodate Environmental Change (Konstantia Koutouki and Natasha Lyons)

Author(s)

Konstantia Koutouki and Natasha Lyons

Keywords

Climate change, adaptation, land claims, Inuit

Abstract

Integrating case studies, the legal and anthropological perspectives of the authors, and the expertise of Inuit collaborators from three Arctic regions, this paper provides a broad perspective on how the Inuit perceive the relationship between climate change adaptation and land claims agreements.

Citation

Koutouki, K. & N.Lyons, N., ‘ Canadian Inuit Speak to Climate Change: Inuit Perceptions on the Adaptability of Land Claims Agreements to Accommodate Environmental Change’ CISDL Legal Working Paper Series on Climate Change Law and Policy (December 2007)

Paper

Canadian Inuit Speak to Climate Change: Inuit Perceptions on the Adaptability of Land Claims Agreements to Accommodate Environmental Change

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