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CONVENCIONES Y REALIDADES

La Décima Convención de las Partes (COP-10) sobre Diversidad Biológica (CDB) se ha realizado en Nagoya, Japón en el periodo Oct. 18-29, 2010. Importantes compromisos han adquirido las 193 Partes ó Naciones que integran a la CDB, incluyendo a Honduras. …  

15 Apr 2011 | Downloads - publication
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Manas National Park WHS (India).

World Heritage, Local Communities and Human Rights

By Gonzalo Oviedo, Tatjana Puschkarsky and Nigel Crawhall …  

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The Peoples' History of the Nagoya Protocol: Biocultural Jurisprudence and the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing

Authored by Dr. Dan Robinson of the University of New South Wales and Kabir Bavikatte. …  

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Linking and Geotagging Pastoralist and Mobile Production Systems

By Dario Novellino and Valentina De Marchi …  

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Peace in the forest or smouldering conflict? Reclaiming the “Right to Negotiate for Ourselves” in the Canadian boreal

For two issues (CEESP September 2010 and December 2010), we have raised attention to how an international network of environmental organizations and the forest industry have been shaping forest policy in the Canadian boreal region. We specifically focused on the Far North Act in Ontario and the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement, both of which were signed in 2010. …  

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The Wetland Carbon Partnership continues for a 3rd Year

Danone, IUCN and Ramsar have agreed to a third year of the their Wetland Carbon Partnership. The partnership aims to find and invest in large scale mangrove restoration projects which deliver CDM-certified carbon credits to Danone as well as benefits to local communities. …  

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UN Questionnaire on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Relation to Natural Resource Extraction & Development Projects Affecting Them

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Mr. James Anaya, is currently carrying out a study on the rights of indigenous peoples in relation to natural resource extraction and development projects affecting them. …  

14 Apr 2011 | Downloads - document
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Sacred Natural Sites

Sacred Natural Sites, Conserving Nature and Culture

A new book, Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving nature and culture , has been launched by IUCN at the Convention on Biological Diversity conference in Nagoya, Japan. The book is based on experience from around the world which highlights the importance of sacred natural sites in biodiversity conservation and the long-standing relationships between nature and people. …  

06 Dec 2010 | Downloads - document
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'Los Derechos de la Pachamama'

'Los Derechos de la Pachamama' is an emotional and inspiring video that was created as a joint project between five indigenous communities in Peru with the message: 'We wish from out hearts that these rights we are proposing will be added to and that people across the world recover their harmony with our Mother Earth.' …  

03 Dec 2010 | Downloads - document
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'Lives of the Forest'

'Lives of the Forest' is a new video created by indigenous activists from across the Asia Pacific region exploring the likely impacts of the UN's REDD programme on indigenous resources and lifestyles.  It was created during a participatory video facilitator training in Ifugao (Philippines) by representatives of 15 distinct indigenous communities from 8 different countries. …  

03 Dec 2010 | Downloads - document
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