Aboriginal Principles for Sustainable Aquaculture
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The First Nations people have long been stewards of the natural resources upon which their communities depend. Although sustainability is a concept that is embedded within First Nations society, the development of a formal process by which these values can be expressed in modern society is often lacking. This guiding set of Aboriginal Principles for Sustainable Aquaculture provides a standard for the structural and operational framework under which First Nations can be assured that their values, expectations and interests are included in the sustainable management of aquaculture operations in coastal British Columbia...
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