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EII Promotes Knowledge Exchange of Women Entrepreneurs in Low-Emission Production

Earth Innovation Institute, together with the Network of Rural Women of Madre de Dios, Peru, and the state of Acre, Brazil, will host a meeting of 14 women producers from the Lower Acre Region and 30 producers from Madre de Dios to exchange ...

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The Yurok Tribe receives the Equator Prize in recognition of sustainable development leadership in California and beyond

We are excited to spread the news that the California-based Yurok Tribe is a 2019 Equator Prize Winner. The Equator Prize recognizes extraordinary community-based initiatives for their efforts in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals ...

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EII Hosts Dialogue Between Cooperatives and Companies on Commercializing Low-Carbon Products in Acre State, Brazil

Earth Innovation Institute, together with Acre’s Network of Sustainable Businesses (RANS), hosted a meeting on April 4th for cooperatives, companies, and local producers to share experiences and discuss future commercial opportunities for ...

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Learning Exchange Begins Between Acre, Brazil and Madre de Dios, Peru

Madre de Dios, a forest-rich jurisdiction in southeastern Peru, is taking the initial steps to design and implement a Low-Emission Rural Development Strategy for the Region. To that aim, the Regional Government, together with Earth Innovation ...

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EII Co-Authors Chapter on Subnational Collaborations for Climate Justice

Research conducted by Earth Innovation Institute and partners on collaborations between subnational governments and Indigenous Peoples was recently published in the 2019 Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice. The chapter, entitled “Negotiating ...

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