Join the a post-match analysis of the COP15 and look forward to what is in store now it has been signed.
While COP15 is crowned with the title 'Paris Agreement for nature,' what are the concerns over its '30x30' target and its impacts on Indigenous peoples?
Join us on the 1st of June at Sida, for a day filled with impressions from the ground on how Indigenous peoples, youth, and women can protect biodiversity, mitigate climate change and ensure food...
Join the event on June 1st and listen to voices from the ground sharing their experience and knowledge in safeguarding the world's forests, ecosystems and biodiversity. Where do we go from there?
Indigenous and local communities are both dependent and stewards of biodiversity. Learn more about what a human rights-based approach entails and how it can preserve both biodiversity and livelihoods.
Building on the recent Human Rights Council recognition of the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as a human right, this event will offer recommendations for a post-2020 Global...
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted lives around the world, not the least the ones of forest and Indigenous communities. How did the pandemic impact their livelihoods and environments and how did...
Youth and indigenous people will play a key role in the food systems transformation, but they need to be given space, agency, rights and resources.
This expert group discussion shares local experiences and perspectives in relation to the application of local wisdom in community livelihood strategies and food systems.
How can we synergize the SDGs to achieve resilient food systems? Watch this seminar with Femy Pinto from the SIANI Expert Group on Wild Foods, Biodiversity and Livelihood to learn more.