Posts tagged forestry
Land Titling, Food Sovereignty and Climate Change in DGM Projects

As indicated by the indigenous leaders of the Selva Central, the titling of indigenous lands allows for the reduction of socio-environmental conflicts, deforestation and as such, decreases greenhouse gas emissions and strengthens the food sovereignty of indigenous peoples.

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Culture, Livelihoods, and Participation of Indigenous Peoples to be Supported and Enhanced, Thanks to Newly Adopted Green Climate Fund Indigenous Peoples Policy

The DGM Global Steering Committee and Global Executing Agency are thrilled to congratulate indigenous peoples and the Green Climate Fund (GCF) on the adoption of the GCF Indigenous Peoples Policy (GCF/B.19/05). During the GCF’s Board Meeting in Songdo, South Korea this week, one of the major priorities of indigenous peoples was the adoption of the Indigenous Peoples Policy. The policy was adopted this morning, February 27, with no questions or objections.

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2nd Africa Regional Exchange on Agroforestry held in Kumasi, Ghana

After a successful first year of exchanges, the DGM Global Project kicked off the 2nd Africa Regional Exchange in Kumasi, Ghana. The exchange, which was from August 28th- August 31st, 2017, had representation from all of the DGM Africa projects, along with a participant from a DGM project in Nepal to foster cross-regional exchange.

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Announcing the Latin America Regional Exchange, June 2017

DGM Global, with the support of DGM Brazil, is preparing for the last exchange of the fiscal year to be held in Minas Gerais, Brazil between June 15-20, 2017.  Participants will have the opportunity to see first-hand community-driven projects that have been funded at the DGM national level that focus on income-generating activities and sustainable forest management.

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