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Indigenous Women’s Voices on Climate Change

It is clear that climate change is already causing widespread socio-economicand environmental loss and human suffering. Studies have shown that globalwarming and extreme weather conditions may have calamitous humanrights consequences for millions of people. Global warming is one of theleading causes and greatest contributors to world hunger, malnutrition,exposure to disease and declining access to water. …

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Promoting climate change adaptation for natural resource dependent communities in Narok on Best practices in Energy and livestock

This booklet focuses on sustainable climate change adaptation practices andtechnologies in energy and livestock production within the Narok Ccounty.The booklet is an output from a CRM project implemented by IndigenousInformation Network and Kenya Forests Working Group on promoting climatechange adaptation for natural resource dependent communities in NarokCounty and supported b6y ACT!. The project had three …

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Closing of the Third Global Thematic Dialogue for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities on Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

Madam Elizabeth Marema Mrema excutive Secretary of the CBD, Mr. Francisco Cali Tzay, Special Rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous Peoples,  Parties to the Convention of Biological Diversity, UN agencies, Indigenous Peoples and Local communities, International organizations, partners and friends, greetings and Thank you for your time. For the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity and …

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