Energy without Injustice?: Indigenous Participation in Renewable Energy Generation
S. Atapattu, C. Gonzalez, & S. Seck (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development (Cambridge Law Handbooks, pp. 383-398). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108555791.028
There is growing involvement of Indigenous communities in renewable energy development across their traditional territories in what is now called Canada. Here, we explore Indigenous participation in large-scale “green” energy generation as a response to encroachment, displacement, and dispossession wrought by the extractivist orientation of contemporary settler capitalism.
Smith, Adrian A. and Scott, Dayna Nadine, "Energy without Injustice?: Indigenous Participation in Renewable Energy Generation" (2021). Articles & Book Chapters. 2971.
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