Indigenous rights, where climate and social justice meet

80% of the world biodiversity is found in indigenous peoples' territories, which make up just 5% of the world population.
Unfortunaly, conservation strategies are still based on the western idea of the eradiction of people from their environment and the connection between indigenous rights and climate change mitigation is yet not clear.

This projects draws a data-based narrative on why supporting indigenous causes could prove as an effective climate change mitigation strategy, by connecting indigenous people themselves with the wider audience.

 

Format

The booklet is easily printable and composable. Every set of pages also works as individual cards.

Other Actors in the Project

The booklet will be used to connect different indigenous movements.

Shout out to the Free West Papua campaign for their support and cooperation, other campaigns already on board are Bolivia Solidarity Campaign and Brazil Matters.

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