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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
The Skolt Sámi’s path to climate change resilience
In a photo essay, a UNU fellow illustrates why this reindeer and fishing-reliant indigenous community is developing a climate adaptation plan.
Energy innovation and traditional knowledge
It is crucial to remember that harvesting alternative energy can have impacts on local and indigenous communities.
Land use, climate change adaptation and indigenous peoples
Indigenous peoples' resilience is rooted in traditional knowledge and their deep understanding of the land.
Displaced indigenous Malaysians face uncertain future
Many of the Orang Asli peoples living in Malaysia's forests are relocated to make way for development and must continually battle for land rights.
Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival
The Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival will screen during COP15 at the National Museum of Denmark.
Many strong voices
The Many Strong Voices Programme connects indigenous people from the Arctic and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) affected by climate change.
Scientific fact: no time for fence-sitting
At a global scientific congress, participants argued that scientists' reluctance to give firmer climate change advice makes drafting policy difficult.
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