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Leaders from Glaciated Regions Highlight Importance of Women, Youth, and Indigenous Peoples at COP26
They discussed adaptation strategies for mountain regions.
As tensions run high between environmental activists, loggers and government in British Columbia, Canada, there may be more at risk than we think.
A recent conversation focused on three coastlines where Indigenous and Black communities are caught between rising seas and societal and development threats on land.
A recent webinar discussed a critical yet often overlooked strategy for pandemic mitigation: securing the rights of Indigenous forest guardians.
Progress requires large-scale development projects to increase transparency and inclusion of grassroots and Indigenous groups.
In a recent webinar, researchers discussed communities in Guatemala that sustainably manage the local forest, creating jobs and income while controlling fires and narcotrafficking.
After near extinction due to overfishing, hydroelectric damming, and climate change, the Columbia River white sturgeon has made a comeback thanks to Indigenous-led restoration.
But experts say it’s not too late to reduce the most serious effects of these compound issues.
Ceiba — a teacher, musician, and activist — emphasizes the importance of listening to and learning from Indigenous peoples.