Written by scholars and librarians, Oxford Bibliographies Online introduces academic topics and lists their most influential or original articles. They are a great way to find key resources on your topic.
For example, you might look up topics like geographies of energy, environmental justice, renewable energy, indigenous ecologies, geographic vulnerability to climate change, indigenous rights and governance in Canada, or anthropogenic climate change to find relevant sources.
The link between resource management and land dispossession of Indigenous communities in Latin America: a Canadian mining story
|Main Keyword 1||Keyword 2||Keyword 3||Keyword 4||Keyword 5|
|Land Dispossession||Canada||Mining||Indigenous||Pension plans|
|Land acquisition||Latin America||Resource management||Aboriginal||Food security|
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