The Climate Briefing: Indigenous peoples, rights and representation in climate action

In this episode, we explore how headway has been made on recognizing the role that indigenous communities have always played for safeguarding the climate and environment.

Audio
35 minute listen

The episode delves into where there is still work to be done with indigenous communities and how can recognition of their part in safeguarding the environment can lead to more meaningul engagement. We also examine how can resource sharing protect the rights and livelihoods of indigenous peoples. 

Indigenous peoples make up 5 per cent of the world’s population. They are responsible for the careful stewardship of land home to much of our planet’s biodiversity and international negotiations have recently begun to recognize this.

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