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October 2021
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Indigenous peoples and other local communities (IPLCs) are essential for forests, climate, biodiversity, public health and a host of other local and global ecosystem services. Securing IPLC land rights, helping protect their lands from external threats and supporting their forest management efforts would allow IPLCs to contribute even more to these public goods. Evidence on IPLC forest management has been accumulating steadily over the last decade since this matter gained attention in the climate change policy circles. This document provides nine recent insights on the roles of IPLCs and community land in climate mitigation and six commonly reported next steps

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Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 

Peter G. Veit 


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