Story | 23 Jun, 2022
CEESP News: Elise Huffera
Culture is a fundamental feature of oceanic living in the Pacific Islands. This is repeated in official documents and speeches and is understood intrinsically by communities across the vast liquid continent. When it comes to policy though, the deep connections…
Story | 23 Jun, 2022
CEESP News: Nathan Bennett, Freelance Consultant, Small Ocean Solutions, Founder and Lead, The Peopled Seas Initiative, Chair, IUCN CEESP People and the Ocean Specialist Group
Story | 07 Jun, 2022
Addressing gender-based violence and environment linkages to deliver improved rights-based, gender-responsive conservation, climate action and sustainable development for all.
Page | 17 May, 2022
Although restored or even degraded forests can offer some degree of environmental and ecological functionality, they fall short of delivering the full and robust suite of benefits provided by primary forests including intact forest landscapes – forests free of significant human degradation.…
Video | 2021
Primary and intact forests are more valuable to people and to biodiversity than secondary or planted forests. Talk to your community, your NGO or your government about elevating the importance of primary forests into planning and policy.…
Story | 05 May, 2022
CEESP News: Patricia Dunne, CEESP member and Director of Applied Social Science at Conservation International (CI) and Alli Cruz, Senior Manager, Indigenous & Traditional Peoples Program at CI.
Story | 25 Apr, 2022
CEESP News: Bella Pucker, CEESP member and Kealoha Fox, Senior Advisor to the Institute for Climate and Peace and Climate Commissioner at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.
Press release | 03 Feb, 2022
Today, the Global Environment Facility (GEF), International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Conservation International announced the launch of a new global initiative to support the leadership of Indigenous peoples and local communities in stewarding land…
Story | 09 Dec, 2021
Efforts to address the dual crises of biodiversity loss and climate change must ensure that human rights are protected and that recognition and support for the leadership roles of Indigenous Peoples, local communities, women and youth reflect the importance of their contributions to the…
Story | 08 Dec, 2021
CEESP News: by Melanie Zurba and Anastasia Papadopoulos *
In this article, we present systematic review of the peer-reviewed literature on Indigenous participation in Global Environmental Governance (GEG) forums, and focus on the specific questions: (1) what GEG forums include Indigenous…