How can the land uses of indigenous and other communities help address the climate crisis, and what is needed to protect the ability of these communities to sustainably manage their lands and resources, and to adapt to the effects of global heating?
Sam Szoke-Burke, Legal Researcher, Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
Dr. Kanyinke Sena, Director, Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee
Antonella Cordone, Senior Technical Specialist, Nutrition and Social Inclusion, IFAD
Janene Yazzie, Co- Founder and CEO, Sixth World Solutions
How do indigenous peoples’ traditional land use practices help combat climate change?
2) THREATS AND STRATEGIES
What threats to these practices exist, and what strategies can indigenous and local communities and their allies pursue to protect them?
3) ADAPTATION AND REPLICATION
How are indigenous and local communities adapting to climate change? What are the strategies and land governance practices that we can learn from and seek to replicate?
4) LAND GOVERNANCE PRACTICES
What underlying land governance practices increase the ability of indigenous communities to face climate change?
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