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indigenous land management in the news

indigenous land management in the news

July 10, 2017 - 11:48am

Scientists are finding that the Amazon is still dominated by useful trees including fruits, that were planted and/or managed by indigenous people. 

Forest land is returned to indigenous people in Indonesia.

Project Drawdown notes that returning forest rights to indigenous people can protect 849 gigatons of carbon dioxide equivalent, and prevent emissions of over 6 gigatons from deforestation.