We have a new report titled Community Responses and Challenges to the Intersection of Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use and Climate Change.
Climate change has become one of the greatest challenges for humanity, affecting almost all aspects of our society and the environment. Unfairly, the impacts of climate change fall disproportionately on developing countries, the marginalised and poor communities despite the fact that they contribute the least to the causes.
Communities in Malaysia have started taking measures to become more climate-resilient and have taken initiatives to conserve biodiversity and sustainably use natural resources. This report discusses community responses and challenges to the intersection of biodiversity conservation and sustainable use and climate change.
These community-driven solutions have to be scaled up, instead of corporate-driven false ‘solutions’ such as ‘climate-smart agriculture’, or ‘nature-based solutions’ in the name of achieving ‘net zero’ emission reductions that displace indigenous peoples and local communities and undermine their rights to land and natural resources.
You can download the report here or click on the image to save a copy.
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