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We only have one planet. And we are running out of time to save it from #climatechange. On September 22, Social Good Summit will be celebrating a decade of activism. This year, scientists, activists, and policymakers will come together to discuss the catastrophic threat of climate change, and what we can do to keep our 🌏 healthy. Join us in person at @92ndstreety or mark your calendar to livestream the event 📺. Click on the link in our bio to buy 🎫 . #2030NOW #ClimateAction #ClimateActionNOW #JonathanSafranFoer #SocialGoodSummit #NYC #UNGA #92ndStreetY #UNDP #UN

We only have one planet. And we are running out of time to save it from #climatechange. 
On September 22, Social Good Summit will be celebrating a decade of activism. This year, scientists, activists, and policymakers will come together to discuss the catastrophic threat of climate change, and what we can do to keep our 🌏 healthy. Join us in person at @92ndstreety or mark your calendar to livestream the event 📺.
Click on the link in our bio to buy 🎫 .

 #2030NOW #ClimateAction #ClimateActionNOW #JonathanSafranFoer #SocialGoodSummit #NYC #UNGA #92ndStreetY #UNDP #UN

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2019-09-13 20:35:04

My name is Solmaz Daryani. A selection of my long term project, The Eyes of Earth, is being shown in UNDP’s exhibition on inequality and climate change at @Photoville in #Brooklyn, #NYC from Sept 12 to Sept 22. Today I’m taking over @undp to share what it's like to spend time in Lake Urmia, where I've been photographing the impact of #climatechange. ⁠ ⁠ When I go back to the salt lake Urmia, to continue my project or visit my grandmother, I take a walk into the lakebed, on the crusted, jigsaw salt flats, remnants of the lake when there was once water. About 4km into my walk, I see a flat blanket of white salt surrounding me where I hear nothing–there are no sounds on this corner of the earth. As I walk between the small salt hills, cracks following each step, the smell of the salt and mud fills my nose and lungs, and when I sit to rest, I feel salt crystals between my fingers. Every single footstep echoes in the vast white salt flats heightened by many thoughts that are incessantly swinging in my mind; this is when my march becomes a meditation. After 5 km I usually make my way across the white blanket to the water’s edge, and as I get closer to water, the crust of salts breaks under my footsteps, and sometimes I fight off the fear of getting sucked into the mud. In this post-apocalyptic landscape in silence, I always find traces of memory, nostalgia and sorrow.⁠ ⁠ If you're in NYC this weekend, visit @undp's exhibit at @photoville & be sure to tag @undp and @solmazdaryani if you share on @Instagram.⁠ ⁠ 📷: @solmazdaryani⁠ ⁠ ⁠ #climateaction #moreequalworld #photovillenyc #photoville #photoville2019 #brooklynbridgepark #undp @undpclimate #NYC #Brooklyn #Photoexhibit #Photography #WomenPhotographers #WomenPhotojournalists

My name is Solmaz Daryani. A selection of my long term project, The Eyes of Earth, is being shown in UNDP’s exhibition on inequality and climate change at @Photoville in #Brooklyn, #NYC from Sept 12 to Sept 22. Today I’m taking over @undp to share what it's like to spend time in Lake Urmia, where I've been photographing the impact of #climatechange. ⁠
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When I go back to the salt lake Urmia, to continue my project or visit my grandmother, I take a walk into the lakebed, on the crusted, jigsaw salt flats, remnants of the lake when there was once water. About 4km into my walk, I see a flat blanket of white salt surrounding me where I hear nothing–there are no sounds on this corner of the earth. As I walk between the small salt hills, cracks following each step, the smell of the salt and mud fills my nose and lungs, and when I sit to rest, I feel salt crystals between my fingers. Every single footstep echoes in the vast white salt flats heightened by many thoughts that are incessantly swinging in my mind; this is when my march becomes a meditation. After 5 km I usually make my way across the white blanket to the water’s edge, and as I get closer to water, the crust of salts breaks under my footsteps, and sometimes I fight off the fear of getting sucked into the mud. In this post-apocalyptic landscape in silence, I always find traces of memory, nostalgia and sorrow.⁠
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If you're in NYC this weekend, visit @undp's exhibit at @photoville & be sure to tag @undp and @solmazdaryani if you share on @Instagram.⁠
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📷: @solmazdaryani⁠
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 #climateaction #moreequalworld #photovillenyc #photoville #photoville2019 #brooklynbridgepark #undp @undpclimate #NYC #Brooklyn #Photoexhibit #Photography #WomenPhotographers #WomenPhotojournalists ⁠

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2019-09-12 17:49:45

Suicide was the second leading cause of death among young people aged 15-29 years worldwide, after road accidents, according to @WHO. For every suicide, there are 20 suicide attempts.⁠ ⁠ Friends, family, school mates, and digital communities can help someone who is struggling and help save a life.⁠ ⁠ This #WorldSuicidePreventionDay, talk to us. How do you use @Instagram to create a more compassionate environment & #safespace on social media?⁠ ⁠ 📷: @WHO ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ #hope #beheretomorrow #selfcare #love #Yourenotalone

Suicide was the second leading cause of death among young people aged 15-29 years worldwide, after road accidents, according to @WHO. For every suicide, there are 20 suicide attempts.⁠
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Friends, family, school mates, and digital communities can help someone who is struggling and help save a life.⁠
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This #WorldSuicidePreventionDay, talk to us. How do you use @Instagram to create a more compassionate environment & #safespace on social media?⁠
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📷: @WHO ⁠
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 #hope #beheretomorrow #selfcare #love #Yourenotalone

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2019-09-10 19:10:10

“You can stop me but you can’t stop my cause” Licypriya Kangujam Climate Activist, India Licypriya is a seven-year-old climate activist from India. She founded "The Child Movement" in June 2018 with the support of the International Youth Committee. Last month, she stood in front of the Indian Prime Minister and members of Parliament to demand a law to fight climate change. We met her during Asia and Pacific Climate Week. Her only message to the World is to protect the environment and save our future. 📷: @undpasiapacific #UNGA #ClimateAction #YouthClimateSummit #UNClimateSummit #UNYouthClimateSummit #ClimateActionNow #Environment #UNDP #UN #ClimateChange

“You can stop me but you can’t stop my cause” 
Licypriya Kangujam 
Climate Activist, India

Licypriya is a seven-year-old climate activist from India. She founded "The Child Movement" in June 2018 with the support of the International Youth Committee.

Last month, she stood in front of the Indian Prime Minister and members of Parliament to demand a law to fight climate change. 
We met her during Asia and Pacific Climate Week. Her only message to the World is to protect the environment and save our future. 📷: @undpasiapacific 
 #UNGA #ClimateAction #YouthClimateSummit #UNClimateSummit #UNYouthClimateSummit #ClimateActionNow #Environment #UNDP #UN #ClimateChange

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2019-09-09 15:27:22

“Back in school after each lesson I remember my math teacher asking us if we all understood. Everybody would silently nod but then when the results came out it turned out that everybody had failed. So from this incident I was always trying to solve this problem, and I found this idea and that’s how it happened,” said Daniel, a software engineer, about the time he almost failed maths class when he was growing up in Lebanon. The experience inspired him to develop E-Scola — an educational platform that allows students to rate their lessons and give immediate feedback to teachers as to how well they’ve understood what they were taught. “In my country a lot of money was invested in education to introduce technology in the education system but it was wasted because it wasn’t working. So I hope that my idea will be solving the implementation problem." He's one of the many young people from our Youth Leadership Programmes worldwide. 📷: UNDP/ @sumayaagha #Youth2030 #UNDP #Lebanon #SoftwareEngineers #AppDevelopers #Education4All #SDG4 #SDGs #UN #Learning #InternationalLiteracyDay

“Back in school after each lesson I remember my math teacher asking us if we all understood. Everybody would silently nod but then when the results came out it turned out that everybody had failed. So from this incident I was always trying to solve this problem, and I found this idea and that’s how it happened,” said Daniel, a software engineer, about the time he almost failed maths class when he was growing up in Lebanon.

The experience inspired him to develop E-Scola — an educational platform that allows students to rate their lessons and give immediate feedback to teachers as to how well they’ve understood what they were taught. “In my country a lot of money was invested in education to introduce technology in the education system but it was wasted because it wasn’t working. So I hope that my idea will be solving the implementation problem." He's one of the many young people from our Youth Leadership Programmes worldwide. 📷: UNDP/ @sumayaagha

 #Youth2030 #UNDP #Lebanon #SoftwareEngineers #AppDevelopers #Education4All #SDG4 #SDGs #UN #Learning #InternationalLiteracyDay

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2019-09-08 14:36:38

"In my community very few women are involved in the automotive industry. This training will better my life, I can work confidently in a garage or offer technical assistance to others. I also plan to motivate other women in my community to take up automotive jobs," said Monica Erika, who is learning to become a mechanic in Kenya, In Kenya’s Turkana County, where there is a high demand for professional 🚙 mechanic services, 18 young people from the Kakuma refugee camp and local host community are currently enrolled in a one year 🚗 👩🏾‍🔧👨🏿‍🔧🧰mechanic and entrepreneurship training with the @Toyota Academy. Each year, around 800,000 young people enter the job market in 🇰🇪 . But the demand for workers is not growing as much as the demand for jobs. 🇰🇪 is turning to technical and vocational skills to increase opportunities for job seekers. This project is supported by the Government of Japan 🇯🇵 , @undp, @refugees & Toyota Kenya Foundation Registered Trustees (TKFRT). It looks into public-private partnerships to create solutions. 📷: @undpkenya/Caroline Murang’a #UN #UNDP #Kenya #Africa #turkanacounty #Mechanics #womenmechanics #women #MoreEqualWorld #womenempowerment #SDG5 #SDGs #Japan

"In my community very few women are involved in the automotive industry. This training will better my life, I can work confidently in a garage or offer technical assistance to others. I also plan to motivate other women in my community to take up automotive jobs," said Monica Erika, who is learning to become a mechanic in Kenya, 
In Kenya’s Turkana County, where there is a high demand for professional 🚙 mechanic services, 18 young people from the Kakuma refugee camp and local host community are currently enrolled in a one year 🚗 👩🏾‍🔧👨🏿‍🔧🧰mechanic and entrepreneurship training with the @Toyota Academy.
Each year, around 800,000 young people enter the job market in 🇰🇪 . But the demand for workers is not growing as much as the demand for jobs.
🇰🇪 is turning to technical and vocational skills to increase opportunities for job seekers. This project is supported by the Government of Japan 🇯🇵 , @undp, @refugees & Toyota Kenya Foundation Registered Trustees (TKFRT). It looks into public-private partnerships to create solutions.
📷: @undpkenya/Caroline Murang’a #UN #UNDP #Kenya #Africa #turkanacounty #Mechanics #womenmechanics #women #MoreEqualWorld #womenempowerment #SDG5 #SDGs #Japan

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2019-09-06 20:02:48

The Asia and Pacific region is the most disaster-prone region in the world. ⁠ ⁠ A two meter sea level rise could displace over 180 million people, mostly across Asia. Indonesia is already planning to move its capital city of Jakarta to Borneo to protect its people from dangerous floods. But many more communities and lives are at stake.⁠ ⁠ In this photo, volunteers are planting mangrove saplings in an estuary in Bali to fight coastal erosion and land degradation in Indonesia.⁠ ⁠ Climate change is the existential challenge of our time. ⁠ ⁠ The @UnitedNations #ParisAgreement calls for cutting CO2 emissions in half by 2030 and reach #carbonneutrality by 2050. Getting there won't be easy. We must make dramatic changes to our production and consumption patterns.⁠ ⁠ We're currently working with governments and communities in developing countries across the world to amp up climate action plans for a greener and healthier future for all life on Earth.⁠ ⁠ Click on our profile and tap on the link to read our latest story about the top climate risks in Asia and the Pacific region.⁠ ⁠ Photo: @undpindonesia/ Tim Laman⁠ ⁠ #APClimateWeek #ClimateActionNow #ClimateAction #UNDP #UN #Asia #Environment

The Asia and Pacific region is the most disaster-prone region in the world. ⁠
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A two meter sea level rise could displace over 180 million people, mostly across Asia. Indonesia is already planning to move its capital city of Jakarta to Borneo to protect its people from dangerous floods. But many more communities and lives are at stake.⁠
⁠
In this photo, volunteers are planting mangrove saplings in an estuary in Bali to fight coastal erosion and land degradation in Indonesia.⁠
⁠
Climate change is the existential challenge of our time. ⁠
⁠
The @UnitedNations #ParisAgreement calls for cutting CO2 emissions in half by 2030 and reach #carbonneutrality by 2050. Getting there won't be easy. We must make dramatic changes to our production and consumption patterns.⁠
⁠
We're currently working with governments and communities in developing countries across the world to amp up climate action plans for a greener and healthier future for all life on Earth.⁠
⁠
Click on our profile and tap on the link to read our latest story about the top climate risks in Asia and the Pacific region.⁠
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Photo: @undpindonesia/ Tim Laman⁠
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 #APClimateWeek #ClimateActionNow #ClimateAction #UNDP #UN #Asia #Environment

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2019-09-05 22:00:47

As leading environmental experts from the Asia and Pacific region head to Asia #ClimateWeek this week in #Bangkok, let's talk about land.⁠ ⁠ The world loses 23 hectares of land every minute due to unsustainable land management according to our new report with the Global Environment Facility, The Green Climate Fund, and Germany, "Combatting Land Degradation: Securing a Sustainable Future." ⁠ ⁠ Healthy land and soil matter for social and economic progress. Countries like Cambodia, which attained Middle Income Country ranking 2015, have designed #ParisAgreement targets that factor in sustainable land usage through their National Action Program to Combat Land Degradation. The plan outlines solutions to root causes of land degradation such as deforestation, soil erosion, rising🌡️, extreme weather conditions like longer periods of drought followed by severe flooding🌊, decline of watersheds, and increased sedimentation in rivers and streams.⁠ ⁠ Eighty per cent of the 🇰🇭 population are rural and heavily rely on agriculture🌾 as their primary source of income. Agriculture generated 26.3 per cent of GDP in 2016, according to data from the 🇰🇭 Ministry of Planning. ⁠ ⁠ Healthy soil and sustainable land management🌱 can be a powerful solution for reducing carbon emissions, protecting groundwater supplies, and optimizing agriculture without clearing additional land.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ Click on the link our profile to see how we work on agroecology and innovative land management with The Global Environment Facility and the Government of 🇰🇭 for more #ClimateAction.⁠ ⁠📷: UNDP Cambodia ⁠ #climatechange #environment #sustainability #Cambodia #Asia #UNDP #UN #SDGs #Agroecology #agriculture #soil #organic

As leading environmental experts from the Asia and Pacific region head to Asia #ClimateWeek this week in #Bangkok, let's talk about land.⁠
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The world loses 23 hectares of land every minute due to unsustainable land management according to our new report with the Global Environment Facility, The Green Climate Fund, and Germany, "Combatting Land Degradation: Securing a Sustainable Future." ⁠
⁠
Healthy land and soil matter for social and economic progress. Countries like Cambodia, which attained Middle Income Country ranking 2015, have designed #ParisAgreement targets that factor in sustainable land usage through their National Action Program to Combat Land Degradation. The plan outlines solutions to root causes of land degradation such as deforestation, soil erosion, rising🌡️, extreme weather conditions like longer periods of drought followed by severe flooding🌊, decline of watersheds, and increased sedimentation in rivers and streams.⁠
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Eighty per cent of the 🇰🇭 population are rural and heavily rely on agriculture🌾 as their primary source of income. Agriculture generated 26.3 per cent of GDP in 2016, according to data from the 🇰🇭 Ministry of Planning. ⁠
⁠
Healthy soil and sustainable land management🌱 can be a powerful solution for reducing carbon emissions, protecting groundwater supplies, and optimizing agriculture without clearing additional land.⁠
⁠
⁠
Click on the link our profile to see how we work on agroecology and innovative land management with The Global Environment Facility and the Government of 🇰🇭 for more #ClimateAction.⁠
⁠📷: UNDP Cambodia ⁠
 #climatechange #environment #sustainability #Cambodia #Asia #UNDP #UN #SDGs #Agroecology #agriculture #soil #organic

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2019-09-03 15:52:50

Friday was the @unitednations International Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearances. “We couldn’t stand the hunger, we were homeless, and everything had been destroyed. We were desperate, and so my mother decided to give herself up to the squadron … But instead of welcoming us, they hurt us,“ recalls Elena de Paz, who was raped by soldiers in 1982. She was only 12 years old. In the span of 31 years, Elena saw her world torn apart by a brutal civil war over land, waged between rebels and the Government in Guatemala. Indigenous people, the poorest of the rural poor, were considered rebel sympathizers and many faced unspeakable violence at the hands of soldiers. An estimated 200,000 people went missing or were killed during this time. Over 1,700 indigenous Ixil Maya were killed or went missing in the span of two years from 1982 to 1983. “It is vital for there to be justice because I do not want my children to go through such a terrible ordeal. I do not want such things to happen to anybody ever again.” In 2013, Elena became one of 97 Maya Ixil women who made history by testifying at Guatemala’s landmark trial for genocide and crimes against humanity. Our Transitional Justice Programme supports survivors of conflict and families of missing victims. We partner with @unwomen, @unitednationshumanrights, @internationalcriminalcourt & other partners with funding from donors like 🇳🇱 🇺🇸 🇯🇵 🇸🇪 🇩🇪 🇨🇦 🇩🇰 🇳🇴 🇨🇭 🇧🇪 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 🇱🇺 🇦🇺.The programme provides legal assistance and trainings for witnesses and civil society organizations, counseling, and support to DNA and forensics facilities. © PNUD Guatemala #Standup4HumanRights #Justice #HumanRights #Indigenous #SDG16 #peace

Friday was the @unitednations International Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearances. “We couldn’t stand the hunger, we were homeless, and everything had been destroyed. We were desperate, and so my mother decided to give herself up to the squadron … But instead of welcoming us, they hurt us,“ recalls Elena de Paz, who was raped by soldiers in 1982. She was only 12 years old.

In the span of 31 years, Elena saw her world torn apart by a brutal civil war over land, waged between rebels and the Government in Guatemala. Indigenous people, the poorest of the rural poor, were considered rebel sympathizers and many faced unspeakable violence at the hands of soldiers.

An estimated 200,000 people went missing or were killed during this time. Over 1,700 indigenous Ixil Maya were killed or went missing in the span of two years from 1982 to 1983. “It is vital for there to be justice because I do not want my children to go through such a terrible ordeal. I do not want such things to happen to anybody ever again.” In 2013, Elena became one of 97 Maya Ixil women who made history by testifying at Guatemala’s landmark trial for genocide and crimes against humanity.

Our Transitional Justice Programme supports survivors of conflict and families of missing victims. We partner with @unwomen, @unitednationshumanrights, @internationalcriminalcourt & other partners with funding from donors like 🇳🇱 🇺🇸 🇯🇵 🇸🇪 🇩🇪 🇨🇦 🇩🇰 🇳🇴 🇨🇭 🇧🇪 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 🇱🇺 🇦🇺.The programme provides legal assistance and trainings for witnesses and civil society organizations, counseling, and support to DNA and forensics facilities. © PNUD Guatemala

 #Standup4HumanRights #Justice #HumanRights #Indigenous #SDG16 #peace

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2019-08-31 12:08:52

Today, @GretaThunberg joined @earth_uprising founder @AlexandriaV2005 and young people for #Fridays4Future outside the @unitednations in #NYC. We're here to listen & learn from all the youth #ClimateAction activists across the globe. We look forward to hearing from young people worldwide as we get closer to the #YouthClimateSummit on 21 September at the United Nations. 📷: UNDP/@sumayaagha #ClimateActionNow

Today, @GretaThunberg joined @earth_uprising founder @AlexandriaV2005 and young people for #Fridays4Future outside the 
@unitednations in #NYC.

We're here to listen & learn from all the youth #ClimateAction activists across the globe. We look forward to hearing from young people worldwide as we get closer to the #YouthClimateSummit on 21 September at the United Nations. 📷: UNDP/@sumayaagha
 #ClimateActionNow

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2019-08-30 18:20:08

Coffee farmers in India explain how extreme weather and #climatechange affects your morning coffee ☕️. India was the sixth largest supplier of the world’s coffee for the 2016-2017 season. @undpinindia and @pari.network are working with farmers to save the coffee 🍒 🌸. 🎥: @undpinindia #UNDP #UN #SDGs #climatechange #India #ClimateAction #environment #coffee #climatesummit

Coffee farmers in India explain how extreme weather and #climatechange affects your morning coffee ☕️. India was the sixth largest supplier of the world’s coffee for the 2016-2017 season. @undpinindia and @pari.network are working with farmers to save the coffee 🍒 🌸. 🎥: @undpinindia #UNDP #UN #SDGs #climatechange #India #ClimateAction #environment #coffee #climatesummit

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2019-08-29 18:09:55

"For us when we protect our conservation area, nature protects us. If we abuse nature, it will no longer be able to protect us. We are not the owners of the land. We are only administrators of the land,” said Ireneo Rico or Datu Makalitpay, Agusanan Manobo leader and founding president of Bukluran, or Philippines Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Conserved Areas and Territories. An estimated 85% of the Philippines' key biodiversity areas are within indigenous ancestral domains. But there was no law that gave them jurisdiction to manage their land. Ireneo and other indigenous people started a movement to establish the first Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Conserved Areas and Territories (ICCAs) in the Philippines. With project support from our @undp.ph team and funding from The Global Environment Facility, they successfully lobbied to include ICCAs into the jurisdiction of the 🇵🇭 Expanded National Integrated Protected Areas System Act of 2018. To date, 10 locations, including sacred areas are now officially protected land. This precedence gives legal responsibility to indigenous communities in the Philippines to govern, maintain, develop, protect and conserve their ancestral territories. Globally, there are 1.5 billion local and indigenous people who have secured land rights over forest resources through community-based land tenure according to @FAO's 2018 State of the World's Forest report. Thanks to #GEF funding, we were able to work with the Agusanan and other indigenous communities. We provide technology, tools, and trainings to identify boundaries and data about the biodiversity in their territory. We provide training to design and lobby their bill to government. 📷: Orange Omengan, UNDP Philippines, NewCAPP project, and Paul Quiambao #UN #ClimateAction #UNDP #Philippines #Environment #indigenous

"For us when we protect our conservation area, nature protects us. If we abuse nature, it will no longer be able to protect us. We are not the owners of the land. We are only administrators of the land,” said Ireneo Rico or Datu Makalitpay, Agusanan Manobo leader and founding president of Bukluran, or Philippines Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Conserved Areas and Territories.

An estimated 85% of the Philippines' key biodiversity areas are within indigenous ancestral domains. But there was no law that gave them jurisdiction to manage their land.

Ireneo and other indigenous people started a movement to establish the first Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Conserved Areas and Territories (ICCAs) in the Philippines. With project support from our @undp.ph team and funding from The Global Environment Facility, they successfully lobbied to include ICCAs into the jurisdiction of the 🇵🇭 Expanded National Integrated Protected Areas System Act of 2018. To date, 10 locations, including sacred areas are now officially protected land.

This precedence gives legal responsibility to indigenous communities in the Philippines to govern, maintain, develop, protect and conserve their ancestral territories. Globally, there are 1.5 billion local and indigenous people who have secured land rights over forest resources through community-based land tenure according to @FAO's 2018 State of the World's Forest report. 
Thanks to #GEF funding, we were able to work with the Agusanan and other indigenous communities. We provide technology, tools, and trainings to identify boundaries and data about the biodiversity in their territory. We provide training to design and lobby their bill to government. 📷: Orange Omengan, UNDP Philippines, NewCAPP project, and Paul Quiambao #UN #ClimateAction #UNDP #Philippines #Environment #indigenous

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