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The rights of Indigenous Peoples are key to saving our global ecosystems

Indigenous Peoples have been protecting biodiversity on Earth for thousands of years. Yet their rights are increasingly being eroded and they face multiple threats.

This photo-essay gives you a glimpse of the symbiotic relationship that indigenous communities have with the ecosystems that they call home, and the lengths they go to in order to conserve these places. The rights of Indigenous Peoples to their lands and territories must be guaranteed for the sake of humanity and Mother Earth.

This photo essay is originally published by the Intercontinental Cry.

4 Sep, 2018
Posted in GFC in the news