Iba Impact Benefit Agreement

This part of the IBA deals with the benefits to the First Nations community during and after the project. AbstractAcknowledgmentsList of tablesListheslist 1 – Introduction 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Knowledge Topics identified 1.3 ResearchSection 2 – The Role of Public Engagement in Collaborative Planning 2.1 Increasing Contention and the Need for Social License in Resource Development 2.2 Planning for Sustainability through Collaborative Planning Defined 2.3 Public Engagement with Aboriginal Communities 2.4 Frameworks for Collaborative Planning with Aboriginal Communities 2.4.1 Collaborative Planning via Environmental Assessment 2.4.1 Public Engagement in EA Processes 2.5 Section SummarySection 3 – Impact and Benefit Agreements – Background 3.1 IBA Background 3.2 What IBAs Discuss and What Triggers? 3.3 Section Abstract Section 4 – IBAs with respect to Canadian legal/constitutional frameworks 4.1 Legal Framework, Aboriginal people in Canada 4.1.1 Consultation and Registration Obligation 4.1.2 Consultation Obligation: Discharge Obligation Replaced by IB As 4.2 Unique Arrangements for Collaborative Planning – Land Claims Agreements 4.4 Summary – Contribution to Collaborative PlanningSection 5 – IBA Effectiveness in the Creation and Facilitation of Collaborative Planning Processes 5.1 IBA Effectiveness 5.2 Challenges facing IBAs 5.2.1 Challenges – Transfer of Regulatory Powers 5.2.2 Challenges – Capacity Gaps 5.2.3 Challenges – Community Concerns 5.2.4 Challenges – Summary 5.3 Benefits of IBAs 5.3.1 Benefits – IBA Contribution to Collaborative Planning 5.3.2 Benefits – Economic Opportunities 5.3.3 Benefits – IB Contribution EA Planning Processes 5.3.4 Benefits – Summary Section 6 – Negotiation Process and Implementation of Agreements 6.1 Negotiation Process 6.2 The Need for Monitoring and Implementation of IBA Negotiations 6.3 : Business Creation 6.4 Summary – Contribution to Collaborative Planning Section 7 – The role of IBAs and NAs in creating and making capacity 7.1 DUI and capacity 7.2 Capacity definition 7.3 Success depends on processes Existing Capacity Negotiation 7.4 Summary – Cooperation and Cooperation between Communities on IBAs Section 8 – Discussion and Research 8.1 Latest News Knowledge 8.1.1 IBAs Legal Environment – Consultation Obligation 8.1.2 Efficiency IBA 8 1.3 and Implementation of Agreements 8.1.4 Capacity Development 8.2 Additional Research 8.2.1 Contribution to Cumulative Impact Assessment 8.2.2 Case Studies for Further Research Section 8.2.1 Conclusion 9 1 Final Reflections Appendix A – Research Participants (key information) Appendix B – Key Interview Informant Discussion Questions Appendix C – Lukus – Interaction of negotiated agreements and regulatory processes in NWTReferences and frames the overall objectives of the agreement. He is responsible for organizing cooperation between the parties and their participation.



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