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Federal Env. Min to to rethink Ring of Fire environmental assessment after First Nations criticism

by Siddhi Ashar, Mar 20
1 minute read

No decisions have been made yet about the future of the Ring of Fire, which is home to carbon-rich and sensitive peatlands and important habitat for iconic species like caribou.

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The government is seeking to do more impact assessments jointly with First Nations and having Indigenous Peoples being at the table in a decision-making position and not in “token roles”.



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With a background in international studies and filmmaking, Siddhi works with the Futures Centre team to creatively push our current imaginaries and create more positive visions of futures rooted in equity. Her works centers around challenging common narratives and working agilely to bring forth more representative ones. Through her role at the Futures Centre, she focuses on the answering the question, how can better climate communication and visioning help stakeholders work together and act intently, empathetically and urgently?

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