Indigenous peoples and local communities have an unsurpassed connection to the Earth's forests. ... Continue Reading
Indigenous peoples have an unsurpassed connection to the Earth’s forests. They manage at least one quarter of the world’s lands, home to approximately 80 percent of our planet’s biodiversity. Even with their often-limited access to financial resources or legal support, Indigenous peoples have proven to be the best guardians of the world’s forests.
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Peru: Where indigenous knowledge, climate science, and global markets meet.... Continue Reading
Sustainably harvested wood is at the heart of this new business run by indigenous Maya women.... Continue Reading
An innovative new project puts indigenous and local communities in the driver's seat. ... Continue Reading
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We worked with eight indigenous coffee-farming communities in Chiapas to build skills in fire prevention, business skills, and health and nutrition.
Once violently displaced, an Indigenous community in Chiapas, Mexico now flourishes.
Indigenous peoples have long practiced the key elements of regenerative agriculture. Find a few examples in this article.
Indigenous peoples are increasingly recognized as the most effective custodians of the world’s remaining forests.
Indigenous and local communities manage almost a quarter of the world’s lands, which means they care for an astonishing 80 percent of Earth’s biodiversity.