G3

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Picture report of G3 participation in Rio+20 (IFFA)

Representatives of community, family, and Indigenous foresters (the G3) represent locally controlled forestry at Rio+20. Credit: Lennart Ackzell (IFFA)

This picture report provides an overview of the participation of community, family and Indigenous foresters in Rio+20 and their championing of locally controlled forestry.

Impact of protected areas on Indigenous communities in Thailand and the Philippines

Report on impact of protected area management on Indigenous communities in the Philippines. Kadioan, 2011

The impacts that protected areas have had on indigenous communities in Thailand and the Philippines have been documented in two recently released studies by KADIOAN Inc. with support from Growing Forest Partnerships.

IFFA report back on G3 participation at COP17

Lennart Ackzell from IFFA as part of G3 delegation at COP17 with representatives from PEFC. Photo: IFFA

IFFA report back on G3 participation at COP17 in Durban.

G3 at COP17 and Forest Day 5

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The G3 (Three Rightsholders' Group) at the UNFCCC COP17 in Durban, December 2011. Photo: G3

The G3 alliances - GACF, IAITPTF and IFFA - have been busy in Durban during the UNFCCC's COP 17.

Confronting climate change through locally controlled forestry: The G3 perspective

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The G3 stand at COP16 in Cancun, Mexico - 2010

This leaflet presents the work of the G3 (Three Rights Holders Group) and its commitment to increase efforts at climate change adaptation and mitigation by working together - locally and globally - for: stronger recognition and enforcement of rights to forests and land; capacity-building and improved market access; and appropriate benefit-sharing in REDD and related programs.

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