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Dialogue between indigenous peoples and subnational governments in Brazil seeks to halt deforestation in the Amazon

The critical role of indigenous peoples and local communities, and the need for state-level public policies that incorporate these groups into decision-making to protect forests and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, is recognized globally. The ...

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EII in Bonn at COP23

Earth Innovation Staff and partners will be in Bonn, Germany this week, attending the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties 23 (COP23). Together with our partners, we will be hosting an official Side ...

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Indigenous Peoples and Governors Building Partnerships

Balikpapan, Indonesia September 28, 2017 Indigenous Peoples and Local Community leaders sat down with Governors from the Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force (GCF), a subnational alliance of 38 states and provinces dedicated to ...

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Amazon Soy Moratorium: defeating deforestation or greenwash diversion?

The Amazon Soy Moratorium was set up to stop Amazon forest from being cleared to plant soy. And it succeeded - to some extent. But over a decade later, deforestation is creeping back up. In a new article, "Mongabay Series: Global Forests, Amazon ...

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Press Release: “Jurisdictional Sustainability: Primer for Practitioners”

New Publication: “Jurisdictional Sustainability: Primer for Practitioners” Embargoed until 12 noon CET, February 14th The loss of tropical forests is one of the greatest challenges faced by humanity today. How do we solve it in a way ...

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