This year, the call for action against climate change sounded louder than ever, but the voices of those most affected are still regularly sidelined and silenced. While the rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities are making their way into the conversation, 2022 still saw numerous activists, many of whom are from such groups, killed for trying to defend the planet.
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