Case Study: Climate Change, Trees and Livelihood: A Case Study on the Carbon Footprint of a Karen Community in Northern Thailand

Statement of the International Indigenous Peoples´ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) from Bangkok Climate Change Conference

The International Indigenous Peoples´ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) welcomes the recognition of human rights, including the rights of Indigenous Peoples, in the Paris Agreement and Paris Decision. These rights must inform all climate actions,

and the Implementation Guidelines being addressed this week are vital to ensuring implementation of these rights on the ground. The guidelines must reflect the rightsbased approach in their operative sections, ensuring our full and effective participation, including that of our women, in all processes, and our traditional knowledge should be integrated in all climate activities.

 

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