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Climate benefits, tenure costs: the economic case for securing indigenous land rights in the Amazon
Declaration of the Guardians of the Forest – October 24, 2017
Defenders of the Earth: global killing of land and environmental defenders in 2016
Deklarasi of the Guardians of the Forest (Bahasa – Indonesia)
Forest peoples: numbers across the world
Forests and Land Use: Undervalued Assets for Global Climate Stabilization (study)
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Photo, Delegates
Photo, Delegation at European Parliament
Photo, Delegation of women with parliamentarian Suzanne Kröger
Photo, Delegation with the parliamentarian Suzanne Kröger
Photo, Demonstration in London
Photo, Dialogue with activists in the Kima At Weekend
Photo, European Parliament Meeting
Photo, Exhibition at the Klima At Weekend
Photo, Guardians of the Forest with activists from around the world in the Klima At Weekend
Photo, Guardians of the Forest with activists from around the world in the Klimate At Weekend
Photo, Indigenous Leader Demonstration in London
Photo, Indigenous Leader Demonstration in London
Photo, Indigenous Leader Demonstration in London
Photo, Indigenous Leader with International Amnesty
Photo, Intervention in the Kima At Weekend
Photo, meeting at Amnesty International UK
Photo, Meeting at European Union Directorate for Development Cooperation (DEVCO)
Photo, Meeting with Nicolas Hulot, French Minister of Environment
Photo, National Assembly France
Photo, Opening Ceremony London Demonstration
Photo, Panel at European Parliament
Photo, Press Conference. October 17, 2017
Photo, Reception of the declaration of the Forest Guardians by the parliamentarian Suzanne Krönge
Photo, Tour Launch
Power and potential: a comparative analysis of national laws and regulations concerningwomen’s rights to community forests
Press Release – Guardians of the Forest Campaign Launch
The economic costs and benefits of securing community forest tenure: evidence from Brazil and Guatemala
Toward a global baseline of carbon storage in collective lands: an updated analysis of indigenous peoples’ and local communities’ contributions to climate change mitigation
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Who owns the world´s land?: a global baseline of formally recognized indigenous and community land rights