Indigenous peoples play key role in coping with climate change – IUCN

Indigenous peoples around the world will bear the brunt of climate change – but they are also armed with the traditional knowledge to survive its effects.

Boran pastoral in Northern Kenya

As IUCN releases a report on indigenous and traditional peoples and climate change, IUCN's Senior Advisor on Social Policy, Gonzalo Oviedo, explains more.

1. What are the main findings of this report?
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2. Why are indigenous and traditional peoples more vulnerable to climate change?
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3. What can be done to help them?
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