Indigenous and COP 21
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Chef Raoni Metuktire (Kayapo) speaking at the opening ceremony at Resilience in a time of uncertainity Conference. Image: Pilar Chaing-Joo

Organized just before COP-21, the international transdisciplinary conference brought together indigenous peoples, governments and scientists to understand the impacts of a changing climate on communities and how climate change policy, programmes and tools can be developed to support local initiatives to respond.

 

Objectives

  • Promote a transdisciplinary exchange of knowledge and experiences amongst indigenous peoples, governments and scientists
  • Understand the contributions that diverse knowledge systems can make to reinforce the climate change knowledge base
  • Highlight practical community-based solutions and initatives to address the impacts of climate change

 

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To find out more:
http://indigenous2015.org/