How Indigenous communities are working to protect the climate

From the Amazon to the Arctic, Indigenous people are sounding the alarm

SueEllen Campbell

Having Indigenous people in charge of the land where they live is a good thing. Why? This statement from a coalition of more than 200 concerned organizations explains: “IPCC Agrees with Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities on Climate Change.”

What this “good thing” means in specific cases varies a lot, naturally, as is clear from these interesting and encouraging examples:

This series is curated and written by retired Colorado State University English professor and close climate change watcher SueEllen Campbell of Colorado. 

Note: originally published at Yale Climate Connections.

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