How UNDP is disrupting traditional development assistance to deliver rapidly at scale
As custodians of natural resources and archivists of scientific and traditional knowledge, Indigenous women play an essential role in preserving forests and natural ecosystems.
Malaysian artist Shaq Koyok reflects on the challenges affecting his community and the Indigenous population in his country.
EDD+ implementation in Myanmar is supporting local communities in sustainably managing, restoring and conserving this extraordinary ecosystem
Women leading the way for sustainable cattle ranching in Ecuador
23 June 2022, Amsterdam: A part of the Ecuadorian Amazon traveled to Amsterdam and Milan. From June 23 to 25, representatives of the producing sector, authorities and specialized technicians will visit the "Chocao" and "World of Coffee" trade shows.
Carbon finance for the forest sector to achieve the Goals of the Paris Agreement: A training & dialogue with Indigenous Peoples
High-integrity in carbon markets must ensure the application of robust environmental and social safeguards and respect the rights of Indigenous peoples and local communities.
Cambodia has set a clear trajectory for its climate action.
The report, conducted by an Asian regional Indigenous Peoples’ network, shows lack of security for traditional and customary land tenure was notable across the Asia region, with some important exceptions.
Confronting the climate crisis with agroforestry in Costa Rica.