AMPB and UNDP analize 2015 Climate Agenda 2015

AMPB and UNDP analize 2015 Climate Agenda 2015

March 9th, 2015. New York, USA. Representatives of Mesoamerican Alliance of People and Forests (AMPB) met UNDP Climate and Forests adviser Charles McNeill to discuss the Indigenous People and Local Communities climate agenda for Paris UNFCCC COP 21 on December.

March 9th, 2015. New York, USA. Representatives of Mesoamerican Alliance of People and Forests (AMPB) met UNDP Climate and Forests adviser Charles McNeill to discuss the Indigenous People and Local Communities climate agenda for Paris UNFCCC COP 21 on December.

This agenda contains issues proposed by representans of indigenoues people and local commnunities from the main tropical forest around the world for its inclussion in the COP 21 negotiations and resolutions and it is based on four key topics: territories recognition and titling, climate territorial investments, free prior and informed consent for territorial investment and non-criminalization of indigenous and community leaders in the defense of climate and forests.

McNeill explained that indigenous people and local communities agenda is consisted with UNDP plan to support their meaningful participation in COP 21 in preparatory meetings, national policy dialogues, regional consultation on key issues and capacity building. Furthermore, he pointed that UNDP is also working to promote during the summit the settlement of announcements and commitments spaces such as Indigenous People and Local Communities Paviolion, High-profile events and major public avents to atract global attention.

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