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A virtual Aboriginal environmental library collection

The Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources’ library is a unique collection of free web-accessible resources focused on Aboriginal peoples and the environment. Now I’m not just trying to pitch MPOW. This collection is no joke and is chock full of accessible documents!

If you have a patron or client who is looking for information on:

  • Aboriginal law
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate change
  • Community planning
  • Environmental impact assessment, law, and/or monitoring
  • Natural resources management
  • Sustainability
  • Indigenous Knowledge, and more… 
visit the online library. It is accessible 24/7 and all of the documents are available in *pdf, Powerpoint or Word formats. No login or password is required. Search away!

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