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Land tenure for forest peoples, part of the solution for sustainable development

A growing body of evidence shows that the indigenous peoples and other rural communities who now inhabit these ancestral Amazonian "gardens" continue to be vital to their survival. Today, as never before, cutting-edge tools and technologies allow ranchers to raise cattle and plant oil palm and soy in poor soils, and investors to build dams and roadways in some of the planet’s most remote forests, opening them to exploration and exploitation.
Marechal Thaumaturgo - State of Acre, 69983-000, Brazil
Issue: Sustainable Development Goals Typology: Arenas
amazon forest
10/10/17