Impact Assessment in the Arctic: Emerging Practices of Indigenous-led Review identifies the strategic approaches Indigenous governments are taking as they lead their own major project assessments. By doing this, Indigenous governments are breaking ground, ensuring culture, language and way of life are central to the review of projects, and asserting their rights and responsibilities for environmental stewardship and land and resource decision-making in innovative and concrete ways. 

Read the full report here: PDF icon Firelight Gwich'in Indigenous led review_FINAL_web.pdfEnvironmental Impact Assessment, Gwich'in, Arctic, Traditional Knowledge