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David Kaimowitz
Senior Advisor Climate & Land Use Alliance, former Ford Foundation, CIFOR. Tweets are mine. Forests, indigenous, climate change, extractives. English / Español
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's are turning a profit for the Islamic State
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David Kaimowitz 20h
Amazon one possible cause of seaweed problem, which is keeping tourists away
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Protecting natural resources is one of the main priorities of Latin America’s Peoples (Spanish) via
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PRISMA_Bosques Jul 14
cuenta con las mejores condiciones para implementar soluciones sostenibles como la . El modelo del es un ejemplo de ello.
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Justin Adams Jul 14
Encouraging to see so many people supporting stronger action on across - now needs to follow with action - companies on their own can deliver the transformation needed - we need new level of aligned public private action
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David Kaimowitz Jul 14
“The lesson from France is that we cannot save the at the expense of social justice” via ⁦
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place Jul 14
Across India, more than 700 land disputes affect nearly 8 million people - many of these cases end up in court | reports
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PRISMA_Bosques Jul 14
Entre 1990 y 2015 perdió 96,9 millones de hectáreas de bosque, una cifra alarmante para la región. En , gracias al modelo forestal comunitario de se ha logrado reducir el índice de deforestación a menos del 1%.
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David Kaimowitz Jul 13
propone reducir sus emisiones de CO2 por 10.5 millones de toneladas a través del manejo forestal comunitario
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FAO Colombia Jul 13
🇨🇴 | Antonio trabaja hace 36 años en . Para él existe un factor fundamental para lograr la conservación en las : las comunidades 👩🏽‍🌾👨🏾‍🌾 📹 vía
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David Kaimowitz Jul 13
conflict evolves into a battle for identity
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Penny Davies Jul 12
“As funded indigenous people trying to reclaim their lands from developers, its biggest resource — an endowment of $13 billion — invested in industries that mined or logged that ”. The thorny path of moving
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David Kaimowitz Jul 13
Putting pigs in the shade: the radical farming system banking on trees | ht
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David Kaimowitz Jul 13
will be first country to formalize an Platform to ensure regular dialogue between the main Indigenous organizations & government agencies (Spanish)
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New Climate Economy Jul 11
In 2018, lowered its deforestation rate for the 2nd year in a row. But what will this year's season bring? This new blog explains what you need to know.
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PRISMA_Bosques Jul 12
La es una solución sostenible para las comunidades locales de con experiencia en extracción y producción de madera
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Centro ODS para América Latina y el Caribe Jul 12
¿Cómo frenar la deforestación y los cultivos ilícitos en Colombia? ¿Qué alternativas existen para los habitantes de bosques que realizan estas actividades? María Alejandra Vélez, investigadora del nos cuenta en entrevista con 👉
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David Kaimowitz Jul 12
US philanthropists vow to raise millions for activists
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David Kaimowitz Jul 12
Replying to @NewClimateEcon
This is misleading. Much of that “urban” is large villages, small towns - not “cities” as people usually think of them.
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David Kaimowitz Jul 12
Thanks partly to , a 550 km-long mass of seaweed is heading for the pristine of 's Peninsula
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