Equator Prize 2010 Winner San Crisanto in the News

From 5 to 14 August, 2016, Equator Prize 2010 winner San Crisanto Foundation (Mexico) is participating in its annual Festival del Coco, which it established in 2002. The Festival was created as a community response to counter the loss of coconut trees and the fall of the coconut market. During … Continue reading

Larrakia People Recover Ancestral Lands

kenbi land claim Photograph: Stefan Postles/Getty Images

The longest running land claim in Australia has been resolved as of 21 June, 2016. The Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, officially handed over 65,000 hectares of land back to the Larrakia community. The Larrakia People, or … Continue reading

Registration Deadline Extended: E Alu Pū Global Gathering in Hawaii

Registration for the E Alu Pū Global Gathering has been extended thru 29 July 2016. This event will take place before the opening of the IUCN World Conservation Congress (WCC) Forum and the Pacific Summit.

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If you are interested in attending, contact [email protected].
Visit kuahawaii.org for more information.

Community responses to climate-driven migration

New York, 16 May, 2016- The UNDP Equator Initiative hosted a side event titled, Community responses to climate-driven migration at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues’ 15th Session. Panelists included Owen Shumba from the UNDP Livelihoods and Economic Recovery Team; Terence Hay-Edie of the GEF Small Grants Programme; Donna … Continue reading