Climate Finance, Results-based Payments and Conservation by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities
A Working Paper of the ICCA Consortium and the Community Conservation Resilience Initiative
By Simone Lovera, Holly Jonas, Simon Fischer and Coraina de la Plaza
Climate change is one of the most significant contemporary threats to indigenous peoples, local communities and women therein. Climate change and climate-induced natural disasters have significant implications for the connectivity and healthy functioning of ecosystems and biodiversity upon which they depend and thus also for their water, food and resource sovereignty and cultural and spiritual practices.
On the …