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Tebtebba Conducts Trainors' Training on Climate Change, REDD PDF Print
Friday, 19 February 2010 13:49

ToT Participants

By Eleonor Baldo-Soriano

Tebtebba conducted a global Trainors' Training (TOT) for the Training Course on Climate Change, REDD+, and Indigenous Peoples from January 8 to 10, 2010 at the Ridgewood Residence, Baguio City, Philippines. The TOT was attended by project partners from Asia, Latin America, and Africa. Representatives from some indigenous organizations in the Philippines were also invited to participate.

From left: Eusebio, Otis and Waldo of NicaraguaThis TOT is part of Tebtebba's NORAD-funded project: “Ensuring the Effective Participation of Indigenous Peoples in Global and National REDD+ Processes.” Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries (REDD+) -- the policy that provides positive incentives to developing countries to slow down their rates of deforestation and forest degradation to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases; and positive incentives for conservation, enhancement of forest stocks, and sustainable management of forests -- has become even more likely to be implemented as a mitigation option with the conclusion of the climate negotiations in Copenhagen in December 2009.

State of the World's Indigenous Peoples Report PDF Print
Monday, 18 January 2010 15:03

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state-of-the-worlds-ips-reportThe United Nations today launched its first report on the state of the world’s indigenous people, with the Chair of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, saying it offered a “daring and bold” description of the situation of indigenous persons in health, poverty, education and human rights, and should be fed into the upcoming review of the Millennium Development Goals.

The Real Tragedy of Copenhagen PDF Print

By Martin Khor, South Centre, 2 January 2010

The Copenhagen Accord drawn up after the climate conference in December is only three pages long. What is left out is probably more important than what it contains. The so-called deal, which the governments only “took note of” and was not adopted, does not mention any figures for emission reduction that the developed countries are to undertake after 2012. However, the larger failure was that while Copenhagen should have been designed as a stepping stone, and not as a final conclusion, western political leaders tried to hijack the legitimate multilateral process of negotiations that had been taking place before Copenhagen and at Copenhagen itself. What the world ended up with was a disaster of a meeting and a document.

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Copenhagen Accord PDF Print
Monday, 18 January 2010 14:39

UNFCCC logoThe 15th Conference of Parties "Takes note of the Copenhagen Accord of 18 December 2009."

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IPs Gain in COP15 PDF Print
Monday, 14 December 2009 23:28

Indigenous Peoples Achieve Major Gains in Climate Change Negotiations

14 December, Copenhagen (IIPFCC Media Team) – Indigenous Peoples have achieved major gains in the ongoing climate negotiations here in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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