Norway’s Sami Parliament ensures Indigenous voices are heard in environmental decision making

In Norway, procedures for consultation between the central government and indigenous communities are constituted under international law and facilitated through the Sámediggi: an elected assembly that represents the Sami in Norway. The Environmental Information Act, implementing the Aarhus Convention, constitutes that public participation is required for environment-related decision making: including the Climate Change Act, and … read more

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