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Indigenous land rights are key to conservation in Cambodia (commentary)

While Indigenous peoples comprise just 6% of the global population, they manage or have tenure rights over at least 38 million km2 in some 87 countries. In many places Indigenous peoples are effective custodians of biodiversity, lands, and seas while sustaining distinct cultural, social and economic values of their communities. Upholding the rights of these communities is therefore increasingly at the center of international climate and biodiversity commitments and agreements.

Read the full article at: Indigenous land rights are key to conservation in Cambodia (commentary) (mongabay.com)

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