New research shows indigenous peoples and local communities live on at least 3.75 million square miles of land spanning most of the world’s endangered tropical forests—yet have legal rights to less than half of these lands.
The UN’s IPCC Report: To Avoid the Worst of the Climate Catastrophe, Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Must Be Protected
Earlier this month, the United Nations’ climate change panel released a report stating that global warming will inevitably intensify in the coming decades. The only question is: By how much? Here, we lay out the role RFUS will play in mitigating the damage.
A summary of the highlights of Rainforest Foundation US’s impact to protect the peoples and the rainforests of Central and South America in 2020.
Forbes.com featured Rainforest Foundation as an example of celebrity-endorsed organizations doing effective work in support of indigenous peoples.
SOS Rainforest Live: Major Artists Unite in Support of Indigenous Guardians of the Rainforests Threatened by the COVID-19 Pandemic
On June 21st, major international artists will join in solidarity with indigenous peoples for a livestream concert to raise awareness and support for indigenous forest guardians under extreme threat from the coronavirus.
A joint statement by Rainforest Foundation US, UK, and Norway in support of indigenous communities facing COVID-19.
Rainforest Foundation US’s Suzanne Pelletier and other charity heads discuss the future of cryptocurrency.
How agribusiness and your diet contribute to our global climate crisis.
This International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples shines a light on inequalities in indigenous education.
As the Land Rights Now initiative gains momentum, Rainforest Foundation US offers insight into achieving legal recognition of indigenous peoples’ lands.
Rainforest Foundation US’s sister organization in the United Kingdom unveils a new strategy for combatting illegal invasions on indigenous peoples’ lands.