With the present brochure we wish to take a critical look at development of the REDD+ instrument and to present the alternative approaches of indigenous peoples dwelling in Amazonia.
Press release in commemoration of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Peoples Day marked by calls for local forest stewardship
The footballers of the Ecuadorian “Club Deportivo Sarayaku” have been raising awareness for the sustainable management of their forests through football. Now in the region’s professional championship league, the team is currently seeking financing for both the team and especially its message of preserving the Kawsak Sacha, the concept of “Living forest”, via crowdfunding
Friday, 12th of June in Bonn: Different interests of protection competing for forests as a resource and alternatives by indigenous peoples
Since many years Climate Alliance supports the Waiãpi who live in voluntary isolation in Brazil, Acre. Their culture and ways of life are under threat.
SAD detected 95 square kilometers of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon in December 2014. That represented a 70% increase in relation to December 2013 when deforestation totaled 56 square kilometers.
No deforestation was detected in Conservation Units and Indigenous Lands!
New study says 55% of carbon in Amazonian indigenous territories and protected lands may be at risk.
Previous studies commissioned by the EU have shown that the EU has been leading the world in imports of ‘embodied deforestation’ in the form of agricultural and timber products. This study goes a step further, by showing that the EU is also one of the largest importers of products resulting from illegal deforestation.
Peru’s progress a step back for indigenous rights - Extractive industry leads to social injustice and destruction of the Environment
We stand in solidarity with Fundación Pachamama in Ecuador
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