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New York Climate Week

On Sep 21, 2020
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RT @africa_ci: #ClimateWeekNYC presents an opportunity to elevate the importance of #nature as a climate solution. Join us today for these two events: ➡️Natural Climate Solutions: Perspectives of Indigenous Peoples ➡️Accelerating Action on Natural Climate Solutions https://t.co/LpGjZUjcuY
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Join Conservation International and our partners to elevate the visibility, importance, and awareness of nature as a climate solution. 

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On Sep 21, 2020
@ClimateGroup shared
RT @africa_ci: #ClimateWeekNYC presents an opportunity to elevate the importance of #nature as a climate solution. Join us today for these two events: ➡️Natural Climate Solutions: Perspectives of Indigenous Peoples ➡️Accelerating Action on Natural Climate Solutions https://t.co/LpGjZUjcuY
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New York Climate Week

New York Climate Week

Join Conservation International and our partners to elevate the visibility, importance, and awareness of nature as a climate solution. 

“And/also”, not “Either/or” — The need to restore nature AND cut emissions

“And/also”, not “Either/or” — The need to restore nature AND cut emissions

Amidst the tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic and home confinement, many people long for the joy and refuge of nature. The restrictions have…

Time to team up with nature to adapt to climate change

Time to team up with nature to adapt to climate change

As global leaders embrace natural climate solutions at the UN Climate Summit in New York, IIED’s research shows how to tap the potential of nature-based solutions in tackling the impacts of ...

Women’s work: Fighting for nature

Women’s work: Fighting for nature

Jennifer Morris describes her five female role models in conservation.

Without traditional knowledge, there is no climate change solution

Without traditional knowledge, there is no climate change solution

Ahead of the Climate Vulnerable Forum's virtual summit, indigenous peoples' champion Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim insists that those already living with the reality of climate change must be ...

People Need Nature

People Need Nature

A series of&nbsp;in-depth conversations with CI scientists, government officials, and industry leaders about some of our most pressing conservation challenges.<br />

Values of Indigenous Peoples Can Be a Key Component of Climate Resilience

Values of Indigenous Peoples Can Be a Key Component of Climate Resilience

UN Climate Change News, 6 September 2019 – Experts including representatives of indigenous peoples from around the world meeting at a special dialogue...

Call for Indigenous and Local Knowledge Contributions for 3 Ongoing IPBES Assessments

Call for Indigenous and Local Knowledge Contributions for 3 Ongoing IPBES Assessments

Notification: Call for contributions on indigenous and local knowledge Dear IPBES members, observers and other interested stakeholders, and in particular indigenous peoples and local ...

What Conservation Efforts Can Learn from Indigenous Communities

What Conservation Efforts Can Learn from Indigenous Communities

A major U.N.-backed report says that nature on indigenous peoples&rsquo; lands is degrading less quickly than in other areas

Equator Prize winners inspire indigenous and innovative ways of coexisting with nature

Equator Prize winners inspire indigenous and innovative ways of coexisting with nature

The UN Development Programme (UNDP) and partners announce the winners of the 11th Equator Prize to recognize 10 local and indigenous communities from across the world. The winning ...

Indigenous Knowledge Has Been Warning Us About Climate Change for Centuries

Indigenous Knowledge Has Been Warning Us About Climate Change for Centuries

Nishnaabeg scholar Leanne Betasamosake Simpson explains why "green growth" isn't enough to save the planet.

Why indigenous peoples and traditional knowledge are vital to protecting future global biodiversity

Why indigenous peoples and traditional knowledge are vital to protecting future global biodiversity

Ensia is a solutions-focused nonprofit media outlet reporting on our changing planet. Published by the Institute on the Environment.

With 12 years to limit warming, it’s time to sprint, not run

With 12 years to limit warming, it’s time to sprint, not run

In the race to change, biodiversity and indigenous rights in focus

Indigenous Climate Change & Climate Justice

Indigenous Climate Change & Climate Justice

Special thanks to students Dominique Davíd-Chavez (Colorado State), Carson Viles (Oregon), Kathryn Norton-Smith (Oregon), Kirsten Vinyeta (Oregon) and Sophia Pavlos (Michigan State) and the ...