"Indigenous Peoples must be part of the solution to climate change. This is because you have the traditional knowledge of your ancestors. The important value of that knowledge simply can not—and must not—be understated. You are also essential in finding solutions today and in the future. The Paris Climate Change Agreement recognizes this.
En Glasgow, Escocia, se esta desarrollando la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre cambio climático conocido como COP26. Este es el encuentro global más importante a nivel internacional donde cada año se reúnen mas de 100 países para establecer lineamientos que ayuden a mitigar el cambio climático.
¿Cuáles son algunos acuerdos que se realizan en esta conferencia entre los estados y miembros de Pueblos Indígenas?
For nearly three decades the UN has been bringing together almost every country on earth for global climate summits – called COPs – which stands for ‘Conference of the Parties’. In that time climate change has gone from being a fringe issue to a global priority. In November 2021, the 26th summit is being held – giving it the name COP26. With the UK as President, COP26 takes place in Glasgow.
Cultural Survival's Avexnim Cojti attended the summit and got a chance to speak to the former Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Igorot).
Del 1 al 12 de noviembre se estará desarrollando la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre cambio climático conocido como COP26 en Glasgow Escocia. Este es el encuentro global más importante a nivel internacional donde cada año se reúnen mas de 100 países para establecer lineamientos que ayuden a mitigar el cambio climático y adaptarse a sus impactos.
¿Cómo el cambio climático esta afectando las comunidades Indigenas?
¿Cuáles son las expectativas de las mujeres Indigenas que participan en esta conferencia?
From October 31 until November 12, 2021, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP 26) is happening in Glasgow, Scotland.
For nearly three decades the UN has been bringing together almost every country on Earth for global climate summits. In that time, climate change has gone from being a fringe issue to a global priority.
Indigenous Peoples around the world have always been innovative in finding ways to use their environment to their advantage, while respecting mother earth at the same time.
Saturday June 5th is World Environment day, and in this podcast we speak to Nelson Ole Reiya from the Nashulai Conservancy in Kenya, who will tell us how to make soap from Elephant Dung!
Nelson will tell us how the Masaai people Reimagine, Recreate and Restore.
Produced by Shaldon Ferris (Khoisan, South Africa)
Interviewee: Nelson Ole Reiya (Maasai, Kenya)
In this podcast we interview Craig Beckett who together with eleven other walkers are journeying close to 500 kilometers by foot in order to bring awareness to about oil and gas exploration in Namibia and Botswana.
Producer: Shaldon Ferris
Interviewee: Craig Beckett
Image: Save the Okavango
Music: "Whispers" by Ziibiwan, used with permission
Music: "Burn your village to the ground", by A Tribe Called Red - used with permission.
Indigenous Peoples play a crucial role in conservation of the environment and ecosystems, as their survival very much depends on the water, land, and natural resources. Indigenous Peoples are often called the custodians or stewards of the Earth. It is estimated that 25 percent of earth land surface is occupied, owned, and managed by Indigenous Peoples. This is no coincidence as Indigenous cultures are rooted in relationships with lands and territories.
World Tourism Day is commemorated each year on 27 September in order to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political, and economic value. This year, tourism has been among the hardest hit of all sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the theme of the 2020 edition of international day is "Tourism and Rural Development." Undoubtedly, the tourism is one of the largest industries in the world. One out of every 10 jobs in the whole world is in the tourism industry and 30 percent of the world revenue comes from tourism.
El Agua es un vital liquido que ha sido cuidado por pueblos indígenas desde hace miles de años, esto en base al conocimiento de que sin agua no hay vida de todas las especies.
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