Posts tagged Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas
New IPCC Report & Indigenous-led Conservation in the Boreal

It is exciting to see that in Canada’s Boreal Forest region, Indigenous governments are already working hard to do their part to conserve the land and its carbon stores—a vital part of slowing the impacts of climate change as described by the authors of this new IPCC report.

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Glimmers of Hope in the Face of Sobering U.N. Biodiversity Report

In the face of the dire findings in the Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, the examples of Indigenous communities working to protect their lands—including across Canada’s Boreal Forest—provide a bright beacon of hope for the future.

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Hill Times: Investing in Indigenous conservation delivers major social and environmental benefits

Australia shows how much can be achieved when governments make long-term investments in Indigenous Protected Areas and Indigenous land management.

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What Indigenous Rangers from Australia Can Share with Canada

A delegation of Indigenous land managers from Warddeken and other regions in Australia are traveling to Canada to talk about the transformative power of well-supported Indigenous-led conservation. This exchange is taking place at a crucial time.

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