Para la Prensa:

Jenna DiPaolo Colley
Directora, Comunicaciones Estratégicas 

jdipaolo@rightsandresources.org
Tel: +1 202 470 3894
Fax: +1 202 944 3315

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Campañas de Medios

Protecting the Forests, Protecting Dragon’s Blood

Indonesia faces a deforestation crisis.An estimated 55 percent of forests located in concession areas were lost over a period of 15 years (2000-2015), with an estimated total loss of more than 6.7 million hectares within and outside of concession areas. The country has been losing its forests at a rapid rate for decades, and in turn, adat and local communities’ livelihoods are under threat, and the wildlife and plant diversity in their traditional territories is being lost. Riau Province is hom

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Protecting the Forests, Protecting Dragon’s Blood

Indonesia faces a deforestation crisis: an estimated 55 percent of forests located in concession areas were lost over a period of 15 years (2000-2015), with an estimated total loss of more than 6.7 million hectares within and outside of concession areas. The country has been losing its forests at a rapid rate for decades, and in turn, adat and local communities’ livelihoods are under threat, and the wildlife and plant diversity in their traditional territories is being lost.Riau Province is h

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Cobertura de Prensa

Braiding Science Together with Indigenous Knowledge

As the negative consequences of human-induced environmental and social changes are becoming increasingly obvious, there is a growing recognition that “status quo” approaches to resource development and management, rooted in the dominant, largely linear, reductionist worldview, are failing.

Los pueblos indígenas y otras comunidades locales desempeñan un papel fundamental para mitigar el impacto del cambio climático. Sin embargo, a pesar de que ocupan el 50% de la superficie de la tierra, estas comunidades son propietarias legales de tan solo el 10% de la misma. Por tanto, numerosas organizaciones de la sociedad civil están instando a los gobiernos de todo el mundo a ampliar la protección de los derechos consuetudinarios de tenencia de la tierra.

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