By Mary Louise McAllister

A Stake within the Future is a complete examine of the Whitehorse Mining Initiative, which was once first conceived by means of the leaders within the Canadian mining undefined. The target was once to revitalize the mining undefined, allure new funding and forge an alliance with significant stakeholders corresponding to executive, environmental teams, First international locations, the mining undefined, and labour. The publication examines the political, cultural, and coverage matters considering constructing a brand new consenus-based method of resolving land and source use disputes with specific specialize in a countrywide multi-stakeholder initiative within the mineral zone.

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Many suggestions were made during the process, however, that could help map out future directions in this new relatively uncharted territory in consensus-based consultative policy-making. The 'art of the possible' has not yet received its due, at least in the latter half of the twentieth century. If decision-makers do not identify the problem before them accurately or adequately, and if alternative solutions do not receive their due consideration, then it is not surprising when policy decisions do not always alleviate the problem they are expected to solve.

Recent significant discoveries in the Northwest Territories and Labrador lend support to his assertion. 2). Furthermore, governments in developing countries often pursue aggressive marketing strategies to attract foreign investment. 12 These 'pull' factors are clearly important and should not be underestimated. On the 'push' side, in Western liberal democracies in general, political institutions and the public 24 A Stake in the Future policy environment have been changing, creating a less hospitable environment for resource-based activities.

It is now a World Heritage Site. EC's decision on the Windy Craggy project had a deep, adverse impact on the confidence of the mining industry in the government's decisionmaking processes. From the mineral industry's perspective, the issue went beyond Windy Craggy because the whole Haines Triangle was thought to be potentially rich in mineral wealth. According to a Price Waterhouse report, claims held by twenty companies, including Geddes Resources' Windy Craggy deposit, were expropriated: 'Negotiations were expected to commence in 1993 regarding compensation with holders of mineral claims.

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