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Dec 20, 2022
Indigenous participants of COP15 optimistic following conference
Indigenous Peoples have a big role to play in saving the planet within the new post-2020 biodiversity framework signed in Montreal Monday.
After years of discussions and delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, countries around the world have agreed on goals and targets to protect 30 per cent of the Earth’s lands and waters by 2030 in the Kunming-Montreal Agreement, outlining four goals and 23 targets.
Panelists from different Indigenous nations who are part of the National Boreal Caribou Knowledge Consortium were optimistic about the framework.
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