Book ReviewIndigenous Rights and BiodiversitySymposium

Traditional knowledge and customary law

Recognizing indigenous peoples for environmental conservation

While the world’s 370 million of persons belonging to an Indigenous people account for less than five percent of the total human population, they hold tenure over 25 percent of the world’s land surface. These lands represent about 80 percent of the global biodiversity. This blog post critically reflects on the role of Indigenous peoples in the conservation of the environment, considering the legal analysis of the biodiversity conservation regime …

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