Indigenous peoples warn of global delay on forest protection push

International

Praised as guardians of tropical forests, indigenous peoples have accused governments of failing to follow up billion-dollar pledges in 2021 to enlist their help to halt deforestation. Indigenous groups say 145 governments backing a goal set at November’s COP26 UN climate summit to halt forest losses by 2030 should grant them more money and control…

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