Tag: indigenous people

Tropical forest archaeologists are digging up new learnings from ancient Amazon Indigenous civilizations that can inform modern law.

The Amazon biome is home to up to 30% of the world’s known species. Here’s all you need to know about the world’s most diverse ecosystem.

In this news roundup: 40% of plant species at risk of extinction, China pledges carbon neutrality by 2060, and mushroom coffins from Delft.

Experts report the latest insights from three countries, from ancestral techniques like Ecuador's Chakra system to new government collaborations.

The divide between youth and Indigenous activists' main concerns and potential outcomes of Article 6 in the climate negotiations grows wider.

Stories from our archives for Indigenous Peoples Day 2019

In the ‘Serengeti of Southeast Asia’, the Prey Lang smartphone app helps Indigenous communities in Cambodia expose and record illegal logging.

Rights expert Alain Frechette speaks on the urgency of going for the gold

An in-depth look at the land struggles of Peru's Amazonian peoples

Meet the leaders of GLF Bonn

Uniting over biodiversity and defense of traditional landscapes

Countries leverage a decade of REDD+ to advance the Paris Agreement

Centuries old Indigenous knowledge must be acknowledged and nurtured

Lessons for International Day for Biological Diversity