Tag: GLF Amazonia

Meet the winners of the digital conference’s youth storytelling competition
Learnings from how Indigenous communities have sustainably managed the biome for centuries
Memorable quotes from the GLF Amazonia digital conference
A look at some key numbers on the Global Landscape Forum's digital conference on the Amazon biome
GLF Amazonia Day 3 highlights need to link Amazonian ecological and social systems in policy
Most flora and fauna species face habitat loss due to fires in the Amazon, but some - like primates - are particularly affected
Day 2 of GLF Amazonia looks at links between supply chains and livelihoods of Amazonian peoples
Day 1 of GLF Amazonia stresses perils of deforestation, fire and climate change – and promises of land management
A study shows that the Indigenous Poyanawa people are good stewards of their land - and can benefit from its carbon credits
Much of the world's medicinal plant knowledge is contained in endangered languages spoken by Indigenous peoples
Activist and leader Selma Dealdina shares injustices against Brazil’s Afro-descendants
Unraveling the complex equation of deforestation, warming and fires pushing the rainforest to its brink
Xakriabá people learn new skills and aim to publish books showcasing their culture
Restoring Araucaria forests in Paraná may yield economic benefits for farmers, as well as restore local biodiversity