Social Equity and Environmental Justice

A long history of colonialism and social inequity in the Arctic has left northern indigenous peoples highly vulnerable to environmental damage. This form of human rights abuse is one of selective victimization in which Native groups are deprived of critical resources and a healthy environment while others remain free to live in a healthy setting.


Case Studies

Commissions, Resolutions, and Reports

Updated: June 20, 2007

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