Indigenous leader: Development efforts in forests must be inclusive, respect rules

  LIMA, Peru—Global agreements on forests and climate change must safeguard the rights of indigenous peoples, said a Latin American indigenous leader who called for setting clear rules over development initiatives that affect the forests they live in. “At the global level, forests are where indigenous peoples are living,” said Cándido Mezúa Salazar, Chairman of... Read more

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