The Northern Review 39: Consultation and Resource Development in Northern Communities: Russia, Scandinavia & Canada
The Northern Review 39 presents a special collection of open access essays, guest edited by Greg Poelzer, focused on topics of consultation strategies and stakeholder participation within northern resource extraction and development.
In cases of resource extraction and development, demand for greater participation and input in the development process by those affected by the industry has been well documented within the literature.
In response, the papers in this special collection explore the intricate and dynamic formal and informal processes of stakeholder engagement, which often involves multi-directional interactions between the state, industry, universities, community organizations, Indigenous peoples, and/or the general public.
Table of contents:
- Introduction: Consultation and Resource Development in Northern Communities by Greg Poelzer
- The Finnmark Estate: Dilution of Rights or a Vigorous Compromise? by Else Grete Broderstad
- Emerging Challenges on Consultation with Indigenous Communities in the Canadian Provincial North by Dwight Newman
- On the Autonomy and Territorial Interests of the Indigenous Peoples of the North, Siberia, and the Far East of Russia at the Present Stage by Petr Gogolev
- A Stake in Mining: Participatory Elements in Swedish Mine Development by Gregory A. Poelzer
- Kautokeino and Kvaslund Compared: Rejection and Acceptance of Mining in Communities in Northern Norway by Aileen A. Espiritu
- Legal Regulation of Relationships between Small-numbered Indigenous Peoples of the North and Subsoil Users in the Russian Federation by Vladimir A. Kryazhkov
- Ethnological Expertise in Yakutia: Regional Experience of Legal Regulation and Enforcementby Anatoly Sleptsov
- Community Engagement in Environmental Assessment for Resource Development: Benefits, Emerging Concerns, Opportunities for Improvement by Aniekan Udofia, Bram Noble, Greg Poelzer
- Universities and Northern Economic Development by John F. Young
- Engaging Northern Aboriginal Youth Key to Sustainable Development by Bonita Beatty, Dana Carriere, Kelton Doraty
These papers were first presented in September 2014 at the “Walleye Seminar,” an international research workshop held in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada and put on by the ARCtic Urban SUStainability in Russia (ARCSUS) research initiative.
The entire special collection can be accessed here: http://journals.sfu.ca/nr/index.php/nr/issue/view/32/showToc
Greg M. Poelzer
Executive Chair, ICNGD and Fulbright Arctic Initiative Scholar
Greg Poelzer is the Founding Director and Executive Chair
of the University of Saskatchewan International Centre for
Northern Governance and Development (ICNGD) and current Fulbright Arctic Initiative scholar. Greg is also the former Dean of Undergraduate Studies at the University of the Arctic and currently leads the UArctic Thematic Network on Northern Governance. His research focuses on comparative politics and policy as it relates to northern regions and to Aboriginal-state relations.