Indigenous Peoples and local communities manage 300,000 million metric tons of carbon in their forests and soil — 33 times the global energy emissions from 2017. Indigenous people manage almost 40% of the world’s remaining intact forest landscapes
Indigenous Peoples and local communities manage 300,000 million metric tons of carbon in their forests and soil — 33 times the global energy emissions from 2017. Indigenous people manage almost 40% of the world’s remaining intact forest landscapes
Indigenous Peoples and local communities manage 300,000 million metric tons of carbon in their forests and soil — 33 times the global energy emissions from 2017. Indigenous people manage almost 40% of the world’s remaining intact forest landscapes
Indigenous Peoples and local communities manage 300,000 million metric tons of carbon in their forests and soil — 33 times the global energy emissions from 2017. Indigenous people manage almost 40% of the world’s remaining intact forest landscapes
The simple, yet elusive, key to fighting the climate crisis