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The Statement from the Indigenous Peoples’ Major Group, The Third UN Assembly on The Environment

UNEP Headquarters, Nairobi Kenya Dec. 4-6, 2017
Indigenous peoples have always regarded our health and wellbeing as intrinsically linked to our natural environment. We have thereby nurtured our territories not only for our health and wellbeing but also for our culture, collective survival and that of the future generation. Please, open the attachment to read the full statement 

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