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There are approximately 1.5 billion indigenous peoples and local communities in the world, and their customary lands encompass 65% of the world’s land area. Yet in many countries forest peoples do not have secure tenure over these areas…
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Many emerging climate policies and new forest funds have potential impacts on the rights and interests of forest peoples in the tropics. In line with the broad objectives of the Responsible Finance Programme, FPP advocacy aims to ensure…
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Indigenous and other forest peoples experience racial and cultural discrimination, are denied rights to lands and livelihoods, to organise and to represent themselves, and, in short, are hindered in myriad ways from fully exercising and…
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Over half of tropical deforestation worldwide is caused by the production and trade of four commodities: soy, palm oil, beef, and pulp & paper, resulting in 15% of total global greenhouse gas emissions – more than that emitted by all…
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