From Territorial Peoples toward a Global Agreement

The presence and full participation of indigenous peoples is vitally important in all negotiation processes related to rain forests and climate issues at national, regional and international levels. Innumerable scientific research efforts, forest coverage maps and in situ evidence demonstrate that indigenous peoples` experience and knowledge of maintaining and protecting the forest and its biodiversity […]

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