Indigenous Enterprises Can Contribute to the Protection of Millions of Hectares of Amazon Rainforest

  Versión en español aquí Versão em português aqui   Article by: Jacob Olander, Gabriela Albuja, Kevin Moull, Chris Meyer, Juliana Splendore and Karina Bautista   Introduction When properly supported, indigenous communities can make significant contributions to rainforest conservation. Legally recognized indigenous territories (ITs) cover over one fifth of the Amazon  and, because they tend to […]

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A look into the diverse indigenous enterprises working in Colombia’s tropical forests

  This article by Chris Meyer was originally published by the Environmental Defense Fund   Amazon indigenous communities have made huge strides in the last two decades to secure legal recognition for their ancestral lands – territories which play a major role in efforts to conserve rainforests and stabilize the global climate. But there is still […]

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