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La Tenencia de los Pueblos Indígenas y las Comunidades Locales en las CPDN: Estado actual y recomendaciones

Status and Recommendations

Autor: Rights and Resources Initiative

Fecha: abril 21, 2016

En este resumen se analizan 161 contribuciones previstas determinadas a nivel nacional (CPDN) presentadas ante la COP 21 en nombre de 188 países, a fin de determinar hasta qué punto las Partes expresaban compromisos claros hacia el fortalecimiento o la ampliación de los derechos de tenencia y gestión de los recursos naturales de los pueblos
indígenas y las comunidades locales como parte de sus planes de mitigación del cambio climático o las medidas de adaptación correspondientes. De las 161 CPDN presentadas, 131 proceden de países con bosques tropicales o subtropicales.

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Infografías

RRI Analysis | Indigenous Peoples & Local Community Tenure in the INDCs: Status and Recommendations | 11% of countries clearly committed to community tenure rights as climate change mitigation strategy RRI Analysis | Indigenous Peoples & Local Community Tenure in the INDCs: Status and Recommendations | 167 countries did not clearly commit to community tenure rights as climate change mitigation strategy RRI Analysis | Indigenous Peoples & Local Community Tenure in the INDCs: Status and Recommendations | 17 out of 64 UN-REDD Programme Partners clearly committed to community tenure rights as climate change mitigation strategy
RRI Report: Indigenous Peoples and Local Community Tenure in the INDCs Map
  • Hallazgos Principales
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Hallazgos Principales

  • Only 21 INDCs, representing less than 13 percent of the world’s tropical and subtropical forest area, included clear commitments to implement community-based tenure or natural resource management strategies as part of their climate change mitigation plans or adaptation actions.

Infografías

RRI Analysis | Indigenous Peoples & Local Community Tenure in the INDCs: Status and Recommendations | 11% of countries clearly committed to community tenure rights as climate change mitigation strategy RRI Analysis | Indigenous Peoples & Local Community Tenure in the INDCs: Status and Recommendations | 167 countries did not clearly commit to community tenure rights as climate change mitigation strategy RRI Analysis | Indigenous Peoples & Local Community Tenure in the INDCs: Status and Recommendations | 17 out of 64 UN-REDD Programme Partners clearly committed to community tenure rights as climate change mitigation strategy
RRI Report: Indigenous Peoples and Local Community Tenure in the INDCs Map

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