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The ability of companies, governments, and investors to dictate terms of development on First Nations lands is changing. First Nations communities are increasingly interested in being equity owners in projects impacting their land. 

First Nations communities are no longer passive hosts of clean energy projects. Companies and governments foisting project decisions onto First Nations communities is no longer acceptable. First Nations voices, interests and rights on their land can no longer be ignored.

First Nations aim to share in resource development planning and to benefit directly in the prosperity of a project through mechanisms including preferential contract bidding, co-ownership, equity stakes, and revenue sharing. Equity participation - ownership of resource and infrastructure projects - is a means to proactively exercise First Nations rights, protect community interests, ensure control and a board room role in decision-making, and to share the economic benefits derived from a project.

Our First Nations project tracker demonstrates the transformative potential of a First Nations-led clean energy transition.

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