10 December, 2019

Indigenous Women, Climate Change and Forests

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Indigenous Women, Climate Change and Forests

As indigenous women who are dependent and who live in forests, we continue to play significant roles in protecting the biodiversity and other ecosystem services our forests provide. Our reciprocal relationship and our rights to these forests and resources should be the defining elements to consider in any initiative around forests and climate change.
- Mandaluyong Declaration of the Global Conference on Indigenous Women, Climate Change and REDD Plus, November 2010

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