Book ReviewIndigenous Rights and BiodiversitySymposium

Two opposing commitments?

Towards a synchronised protection of biodiversity and indigenous peoples’ rights

Federica Cittadino’s book examines the tension that underpins the relationship between two key commitments undertaken by the international community, namely the commitment to protect indigenous people’s rights and the commitment to protect biodiversity. This book becomes especially relevant at a time when we are frequently reminded of the difficulty of reconciling the two ensuing legal regimes. What, then, can be done to prevent governments’ actions, taken in the pursuit of …

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