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    A Global Baseline of Carbon Storage in Collective Lands

    This report provides the most comprehensive assessment to date of carbon storage in documented community lands worldwide.

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    Tenure Data Tool

    An interactive database for comparing changes in forest tenure from 2002 to 2013 in some of the world’s most highly-forested countries.

  • Featured Resources

    The Tenure Facility

    A unique new institution that provides grants to advance land and forest tenure security and the rights and livelihoods of Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

    Featured Resources

    Interlaken Group

    A network of diverse actors that creates, adopts, and disseminates tools and mechanisms to accelerate private sector learning on responsible land rights practices.

    Featured Resources

    LandMark Map

    The first online, interactive global platform providing maps and other information on collective lands to address the lack of public and reliable tenure data.

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Latest News

Featured  | 19 .03. 2019
Evicting Millions of Indigenous and Local Peoples from Their Forest Homes—as Ordered by Indian Supreme Court—Is Condemned by Global Experts

The Indian Supreme Court decision in February to remove millions of forest-dwelling people in five months will not only have devastating human rights implications but also hurt the global struggle to save forests and mitigate climate change, according to numerous experts. Even though implementation of the decision has been placed on hold until July, the homes of millions remains under threat.

 | 24 .04. 2019
“The second wave of decolonization” – A conversation with Andy White

The RRI is a global network advocating for the land and forest rights of Indigenous peoples and local communities. As the RRI’s coordinator, Andy White travels the world, meeting with Indigenous and community leaders, governments and civil society organizations to discuss how local communities’ rights to the forest can be advanced. Here, as part of an ongoing review of community rights to forested lands and key conditions for success led by Tropenbos International, he talks about recent progress and challenges and the role that civil society organizations can play to help people claim their rights as a step toward locally-led sustainable development.

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