In rural communities around the world, women experience and respond to climate change in different ways than men — a fact often overlooked in climate policy.
Why is it important to think about gender when doing conservation work? In Peru, it means women can grow their knowledge of traditional plants and recover almost-lost ancestral traditions.
Mexico City needs this forest — but do we know how to save it?
Conservation agreements are helping people brace themselves against threats to their forest homes.
The little-known country’s new reserve is part of a global order in which indigenous peoples are increasingly claiming rights to manage their traditional lands.
The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series.
CI’s visual storytelling team is deep in the rainforest, documenting how conservation can improve lives in indigenous communities.
The bigger the role indigenous peoples have in global climate change negotiations, the better off we all may be.
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, first woman and the first person from a developing country to serve as the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, has big plans for the next three years to give indigenous peoples a voice.
Historically, communities have rarely benefited from the use of their natural resources by the outside world — until now.