The Centro para la Autonomía y Desarollo de los Pueblos Indígenas (CADPI) has produced a short video related to its ongoing project on indigenous peoples, climate change and REDD plus. The video, entitled "Working Towards Adaptation," is part of the 1-year project "Ensuring the Effective Participation of Indigenous Peoples in Global and National REDD Processes” funded by NORAD and implemented with Tebtebba. The film showcases the project undertaken in Nicaragua.
The activities in Nicaragua were carried out by Centro para la Autonomía y Desarollo de los Pueblos Indígenas (CADPI).
Directed by Mirna Cunningham. Produced by Dennis Mairena Arauz. Made by Dania Torres Hurtado. Cameramen - Mrlan Blinski, Elvin Gonzalez. 2010.
CERDA and CSDM have published a book on REDD in Vietnamese as part of the 1-year project on indigenous peoples, climate change and REDD+. CERDA and CSDM are project partners of Tebtebba. This publication is made possible with the generous support of NORAD. The publication is being used as part of the capacity building efforts of CERDA and CSDM among indigenous communities in Vietnam.
Faculty and students of Saint Mary’s University (SMU), Institute of Natural Sciences, joined the international and national indigenous peoples’ groups in a learning exchange visit to Kalahan Educational Foundation (KEF) in Imugan, Sta. Fe, Nueva Vizcaya on January 12-13, 2010.
The learning exchange visit focused on facilitating the sharing of good practices on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries (REDD), sustainable forest management, and the promotion of traditional knowledge on biodiversity. Important activities were accomplished in the learning exchange visit, such as: (1) orientation to the KEF as a foundation, its organization, programs and projects; (2) lecture on resource mapping and carbon stock calculation; and (3) on-site demonstration on carbon sequestration calculation.
CADPI and NITLAPAN (Instituto de Investigación y Desarrollo) has developed a Spanish version of the Guide on Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples, published by Tebtebba. Entitled "Guía de Cambio Climático y Pueblos Indígenas: un cuaderno de referencia," this Spanish version is being used to educate indigenous communities in Nicaragua on climate change and indigenous peoples' rights.
Download the "Guía de Cambio Climático y Pueblos Indígenas: un cuaderno de referencia."
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.