COP 26 - the climate negotiations that took place last month in Glasgow - brought a groundswell of engagement of Indigenous peoples and local communities. Indigenous peoples’ representatives were the second-largest civil society group present in Scotland, second only to the oil and gas lobby. Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (IPLCs) have always stewarded and sustainably managed their ancestral lands. The recognition and respect of their rights and knowledge in international climate agendas is crucial. And yet, the inclusion of their perspectives in climate negotiations has historically been limited.

Somos los guardianes de ecosistemas que están desapareciendo
Nous sommes les gardiens d’écosystèmes en voie de disparition
We are the guardians of vanishing ecosystems
Local communities are key for conservation
Indigenous women at the forefront of transformational change
Los ganadores del Premio Ecuatorial 2022 muestran soluciones indígenas y locales para las personas y el planeta
Les lauréats du Prix Équateur 2022 présentent des solutions autochtones et locales pour les personnes et la planète
Equator Prize 2022 winners showcase Indigenous and local solutions for people and planet
Protecting the great ape whose culture is peace
Healing the Earth’s Lungs
The value of water equals the value we attach to life
Selva Viviente. Las iniciativas de conservación innovadoras del pueblo Kichwa de Sarayaku ganan el Premio Ecuador 2021