Recognizing rights of Indigenous Peoples best for biodiversity, say GLF delegates

Recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ land rights is key to any effort to stem biodiversity loss and climate change in a post-pandemic world, said a panel of experts at the recent GLF Biodiversity Digital Conference: One World-One Health, emphasizing that it is crucial that rights are not only implemented, but backed with adequate financing. “We are […]

Mobilizing to address gender in forests and climate change actions

The role of women in the success of climate action initiatives and the sustainable management of forest resources has been proven many times. Recent work by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and others demonstrate strong evidence of the positive effects women’s inclusion in forest management groups has […]