Sustainable Development Goals and forestry: Lessons from Peru

  LIMA, Peru—A decade ago, forests along the Ampiyacu River in northeastern Peru were being logged, hunted and fished unsustainably by outsiders with no management plan and no input from local communities. So the Huitoto, Bora, Ocaina and Yagua communities along the river joined together to create a protected area and patrol their lakes and... Read more

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