Forest governance by indigenous and tribal peoples: An opportunity for climate action in Latin America and the Caribbean

The report demonstrates that the threats to forests and their inhabitants are growing in an unsustainable way, even though indigenous and traditional peoples have been important guardians of nature. In response, it proposes a set of investments and policies for climate funders and government policymakers to, in coordination with these peoples, help catalyze culturally sensitive sustainable development processes for this sector of the population.

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