New York Times explores First Nations authority in Great Bear

 Photo by Robin Stanton 

Photo by Robin Stanton 

New York Times reporter Kirk Johnson and photographer Ruth Fremson explore the work of First Nations people in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest to assert their authority over their traditional lands and waters.

 

Here and across the Emerald Edge, the largest intact coastal rainforest left on the planet, the Conservancy is working with First Nations and tribes to achieve longlasting conservation by supporting indigenous authority and helping emerging leaders to thrive.

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