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Resilience in a time of uncertainty: Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change

© UN Photo/Aulia Erlangga, Forests are honey for indigenous people in Sumatra, Indonesia

26-27 November 2015
As the world comes to Paris for COP21, UNESCO and the French National Museum of Natural History are organizing an international conference on indigenous peoples and climate change. Indigenous peoples, governments and scientists are invited to engage in a transdisciplinary dialogue to understand the impacts of a changing climate on communities and how climate change policy, programmes and tools can be developed to support local resilience.

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