A Look at Mining
Chapter 6: Ecological law and Indigenous legal traditions
This chapter argues that ecological law has much to learn from Indigenous legal traditions. It briefly describes aspects of the resurgence of Indigenous legal orders, examines the main assumptions on which the potential synergies between Indigenous laws and ecological law are based, and points to some of the challenges involved in exploring these synergies.
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