The POLIS Water Sustainability Project at the University of Victoria and the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources released Collaborative Consent and British Columbia’s Water: Towards Watershed Co-Governance, for achieving a critical shift towards more nation-to-nation relationships between Canada and Indigenous peoples.

Collaborative Consent & British Columbia’s Water: Towards Watershed Co-governance

“Collaborative consent is about changing how decisions at all levels are made: from individual projects up to law and policy. These are long-term processes requiring both Indigenous and non-Indigenous governments to build their own structures to engage and ultimately to build new institutions and shared processes for decision-making.”

Read the full report here.