25 April 2022 Authors: Lakpa Nuri Sherpa, Environment Programme Coordinator, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Celina Yong, Regional Technical Advisor & Stakeholder Engagement Specialist, Climate & Forests Programme, UNDP Oda Almas Smith, Policy Advisor, Responsible Finance Programme, Forest Peoples Programme Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) form the backbone of the Paris Agreement.
The European Commission must recognise deforestation is not only about the environment but human rights, especially for indigenous peoples.
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