Indigenous Peoples food systems are key elements for sustainable development
|Title:||Indigenous Peoples food systems are key elements for sustainable development|
Indigenous Peoples are the guardians of 80 percent of the Earth’s biodiversity, nevertheless their protective role is increasingly at risk due to climate change and the expansion of various industrial and commercial activities.
In Venezuela, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is supporting the Kariña People living in the Imataca Forest Reserve to implement a territorial management plan based on their right to self-determination, and to conserve the biodiversity of the area.
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