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The Green Climate Fund Readiness and Indigenous Peoples

Filename: gcf readiness and ips.pdf
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Date: 02 October 2017
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Indigenous peoples are among those that are affected the most by climate change and at the same time those that have contributed and can actively contribute positive solutions to mitigation and adaptation. They have done so throughout the centuries, managing and ensuring the integrity of the ecosystems upon which their survival—physical and spiritual—strongly depends upon.

Indigenous Peoples’ Submission to the Call for Public Inputs on the GCF Indigenous Peoples Policy

Filename: ip submission on the gcf policy.pdf
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Date: 15 August 2017
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With a decision adopted at BM15, the Board of the Green Climate Fund mandated the Secretariat to develop and consider a Fund-wide Indigenous Peoples Policy at its 17th meeting that was held in Songdo in July 2017, a decision that was very welcome by us, indigenous peoples, and civil society organizations worldwide.

The Secretariat since then launched a process of elaboration of a draft policy that took due notice of the various proposals and elaborations, comments and critiques voiced by indigenous peoples’ representatives at the GCF and also originating from experience in the field, as well as the basic demands reiterated by the International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) in the course of its activities at UNFCCC COPs and preparatory meetings.

Appel public à contributions - Politique du Fonds vert pour le climat relative aux peuples autochtones

Filename: appel public contributions - politique du fonds vert pour le climat relative aux peuples autochtones.pdf
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Date: 02 August 2017
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Le Fonds vert pour le climat (FVC), organisme établi par la Conférence des parties (COP) à la Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC) pour acheminer les fonds destinés à l’adaptation aux changements climatiques et à l’atténuation de leurs effets, est en train de mettre la dernière main à sa politique relative aux peuples autochtones. Le Secrétariat du FVC vient de lancer un appel public à contributions pour étayer cette politique relative aux peuples autochtones.

Convocatoria de insumos públicos: Política de Pueblos Indígenas sobre el Fondo Verde para el Clima

Filename: convocatoria de insumos pblicos.pdf
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Date: 02 August 2017
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El Fondo Verde para el Clima (GCF por sus siglas en inglés), la entidad establecida por la Conferencia de las Partes (COP) de la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre Cambio Climático (CMNUCC) para canalizar fondos para la mitigación y adaptación al cambio climático, está en proceso de finalizar su Política de Pueblos Indígenas,  y la Secretaria del GCF acaba de presentar un llamado público para recibir insumos sobre la política de pueblos indígenas. 

Call for Public Inputs: Green Climate Fund Indigenous Peoples Policy

Filename: call for public input_gcf ip policy.pdf
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Date: 12 July 2017
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The Green Climate Fund, the entity established by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (COP) to channel funds for climate change mitigation and adaption, is now in the process of finalizing its Indigenous Peoples Policy and the GCF Secretariat has just made a Call for Public Inputs to the Indigenous Peoples’ Policy.

This offers an unprecedented opportunity for indigenous peoples to engage in order to ensure that the Fund has a high-level policy based on international standards and obligations for indigenous peoples’ rights, such as the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC); while acknowledging the positive role of Indigenous Peoples’ traditional knowledge and livelihood systems to adaptation and mitigation, and ensuring our full and effective participation in GCF activities at all levels. Therefore the Indigenous Peoples Policy will be a crucial instrument to guide the implementation of the UNFCCC Agreements, including the Paris Agreement. 

FCPF Operational Manual

Filename: fcpf cbp eap sar operational manual.pdf
File Size: 1.28 MB
Date: 07 January 2017
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FOREST CARBON PARTNERSHIP FACILITY CAPACITY BUILDING ON REDD+ FOR

FOREST-DEPENDENT INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

IN EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC AND SOUTH ASIA REGIONS PROJECT

(P153585, FCPF Grant No. TF0A3570)

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OPERATIONAL MANUAL

Project Paper on a Small Recipient Executed Trust Fund (RETF) Grant

Filename: p153585 ip cb program project paper.pdf
File Size: 1.46 MB
Date: 07 January 2017
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PROJECT PAPER ON A SMALL RECIPIENT EXECUTED TRUST FUND (RETF) GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF US$ 0.49 MILLION TO THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR POLICY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION (TEBTEBBA)

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FOREST CARBON PARTNERSHIP FACILITY CAPACITY BUILDING ON REDD+ FOR FOREST-DEPENDENT INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC AND SOUTH ASIA REGIONS PROJECT (P153585)

 

September 30, 2016

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Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030

Filename: sendai_framework_for_disaster_risk_reduction_2015-2030.pdf
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Date: 08 April 2015
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The present post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction was adopted at the Third World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, held from 14 to 18 March 2015 in Sendai, Miyagi, Japan.

“¡Actúa ya para enfrentar la emergencia climática post-Copenhagen!”

Filename: final_spanish_versionclimatedoc-1.pdf
File Size: 57.29 kB
Date: 12 August 2011
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La declaración conjunta de la sociedad civil y movimientos sociales, “¡Actúa ya para enfrentar la emergencia climática post-Copenhagen!” articula la indignación sentida, señala las deficiencias del Acuerdo e indica lo que es necesario hacer para la salvar la situación y evitar las injusticia climática...

Agissons maintenant pour répondre à l’urgence climatique Post Copenhague

Filename: final_version_of_climate_document_fr-_22_feb-1.pdf
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Date: 12 August 2011
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Déclaration commune des organisations de la société civile et des mouvements sociaux: Agissons maintenant pour répondre à l’urgence climatique Post Copenhague, 21 Feb 2010, Nous, les organisations soussignées, sommes extrêmement préoccupées par l'état actuel des négociations sur le climat. Au lieu de faire bouger le monde dans la direction nécessaire, l'organisation chaotique à Copenhague ainsi que la situation de confusion post Copenhague assombrit les perspectives d'un accord sur le climat mondial...

Act Now to Meet the Post-Copenhagen Climate Emergency!

Filename: final_version_of_climate_document_-_22_feb-1.pdf
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Date: 12 August 2011
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Joint Statement of Civil Society organisations and Social Movements: Act Now to Meet The Post-Copenhagen Climate Emergency!, 21 Feb 2010, We the undersigned organisations are extremely concerned about the current state of the climate negotiations. Rather than move the world a step in the necessary direction, the chaotic organization at Copenhagen and the confusing situation after Copenhagen has clouded prospects for a global climate deal.

IP/NGO Statement to the OHCHR on Climate Change and Human Rights

Filename: 09-02-26statement_hrc_cc_forcirculation-1-1-1.pdf
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Date: 12 August 2011
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Joint Indigenous Peoples and NGO Statement on the occasion of the presentation of the Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on the relationship between climate change and human rights.

UNPFII Statement on Agenda Item 4.9 - Biodiversity and Climate Change

Filename: unfpiiccandbdv23 may.pdf
File Size: 65.05 kB
Date: 12 August 2011
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UNPFII Statement on Agenda Item 4.9 - Biodiversity and Climate Change, Copenhagen, 21-22 February 2008 - Submitted by the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA).

Report on the Conference on Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change, Copenhagen, 21-22 February 2008

Filename: e_c_19_2008_crp3_en.pdf
File Size: 38.05 kB
Date: 12 August 2011
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Report on the Conference on Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change, Copenhagen, 21-22 February 2008 - Submitted by the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA).

International Experts Group Meeting on Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change

Filename: e_c19_2008_crp_9.pdf
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Date: 12 August 2011
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International Experts Group Meeting on Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change, Darwin, Australia, April 2-4, 2008 [E/C.19/2008/CRP.9], 14 April 2008.

Oil Palm and Other Commercial Tree Plantations, Monocropping: Impacts...

Filename: 6session_crp6.pdf
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Date: 12 August 2011
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Oil Palm and Other Commercial Tree Plantations, Monocropping: Impacts on Indigenous Peoples' Land Tenure and Resource Management Systems and Livelihoods [E/C.19/2007/CRP.6] - Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Parshuram Tamang.

Report of the Seventh Session - SPANISH

Filename: n0833884-2.pdf
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Date: 12 August 2011
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Report of the Seventh Session - Special theme: "Climate Change, Bio-Cultural Diversity and Livelihoods: The Stewardship Role of Indigenous Peoples and Challenges." - SPANISH

Report of the Seventh Session - ENGLISH

Filename: n0833882-2.pdf
File Size: 132.30 kB
Date: 12 August 2011
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Report of the Seventh Session - Special theme: "Climate Change, Bio-Cultural Diversity and Livelihoods: The Stewardship Role of indigenous Peoples and Challenges." - ENGLISH

 

The Real Tragedy of Copenhagen

Filename: 18417679254b50182195828.pdf
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Date: 12 August 2011
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The Copenhagen Accord drawn up after the UN climate conference in December is only three pages long. What is left out is probably more important than what it contains. The so-called deal, which the governments only “took note of” and was not adopted, does not mention any figures for emission reduction that the developed countries are to undertake after 2012. However, the larger failure was that while Copenhagen should have been designed as a stepping stone, and not as a final conclusion, western political leaders tried to hijack the legitimate multilateral process of negotiations that had been taking place before Copenhagen and at Copenhagen itself. What the world ended up with was a disaster of a meeting and a document.

TWN News Updates and Briefing Papers

Filename: bonnwebsite-5.pdf
File Size: 757.77 kB
Date: 12 August 2011
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This is a collection of the 15 News Updates and three Briefing Papers prepared by the Third World Network for and during the Bonn Climate Change Talks under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, held in Bonn, Germany, 2-13 June 2008.

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