Human Conet

Protecting Indigenous lands and their bio-cultural diversity

Indigenous peoples live on the frontline of the war against climate change, putting their lives at risk to protect havens of biodiversity.

But they are not alone. Throughout the world, millions share their desire to see humans and nature living in symbiosis.

We need to build bridges, uniting all of mother nature’s guardians, in order to protect indigenous rights, ancestral lands, and life itself.

Indigenous territories are home to

80%

of terrestrial biodiversity

Indigenous peoples represent

95%

of human cultural diversity

Source: The role of Indigenous peoples in biodiversity conservation, the natural but often forgotten partner

"Indigenous peoples are the living memory of our earth and of our humanity.
They embody a world in which human diversity is beauty and nature is life, a world that needs to be protected as it is being annihilated."

We use information to mobilise international support for the protection of indigenous rights and of ancestral lands.

"Indigenous peoples are one with the earth, she gives them life and they live to protect her. Their future is intertwined and their stories as well.
When Indigenous peoples call out, it is the earth calling. And we need to listen."

"The question is not: Which world will we leave to our children,
but which children will we leave to our world?"

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