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Interview Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim

It is essential to work with indigenous people on climate change adaptation

Ahead of COP24, taking place in Poland between 3–14 December, Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, co-chair of the International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change, explains why indigenous knowledge must be taken into consideration.

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11 Results in projects and events

May 19

Conference

Supporting ACP countries to meet their NDCs through agroforestry

Following the initial consensus reached by climate negotiators in COP21 and recent key outcomes agreed at the UN climate talks in Katowice during COP24, the Paris rulebook has been generally agreed upon, (although some areas have been pushed to COP 25). The new international climate regime that has been agreed upon mandating countries to report progress in achieving thei…
Location:
Montpellier, France

Feb 23

Conference

Paris International Agricultural Show

Through agriculture, women and men build and maintain the ecosystem, domesticate animals and produce natural raw materials. While it stays the essential and fundamental activity for all countries and all societies, agriculture requires farmers to master practical knowledge and skills, the sense of adaptation and creativity.

Location:
1 Place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015 Paris, France

Nov 19

Conference

SIDS Knowledge day: "Mobilisation of knowledge systems for sustainable development: new challenges for local knowledge of the SIDS"

The event, organised by UNESCO Natural sciences sector, division of Science policy and capacity-building small islands and indigenous knowledge (SII),  is designed to inform UNESCO's five sectors and permanent delegations of the small island developing states (SIDS) about the application of information communications technologies and participatory geographic information systems to the challe…
Location:
7 Place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris, France

Nov 6

Conference

UAV4Ag capacity building

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) – or drones – have the potential to help smallholder farmers become more productive, sustainable and profitable by bringing some of the tools of precision agriculture to producers, be these large and medium-scale holdings or associations of small-scale farmers growing the same crop in contiguous areas. 

Location:
Paris, France

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