For indigenous voices in land use, a seat at the table isn’t necessarily enough

    BOGOR, Indonesia—Formalizing indigenous people’s participation in protected area management is not enough to ensure they can actually defend their interests against more powerful actors, a new study has found. If participation is to meaningfully include marginalized groups, we must examine how it happens on the ground, says the paper’s lead author, Tessa Minter,... Read more

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