Local and national reviews and examples

L’ANAPAC Consolide Son Réseau à Travers un Vaste Programme d’Identification et de Renforcement des APAC en République Démocratique du Congo

Par Joseph Itongwa, Coordinateur régional du Consortium APAC pour les écosystèmes forestiers d’Afrique centrale. Constituée de 155 millions d’hectares des forêts, la République Démocratique…  Read more “L’ANAPAC Consolide Son Réseau à Travers un Vaste Programme d’Identification et de Renforcement des APAC en République Démocratique du Congo”

Fostering Indigenous-led Conservation in Canada

Indigenous-led conservation is making waves in Canada, with autonomous declaration of and federal support for Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) and the launching of the Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership website at the recent Canadian Parks Conference.  Read more ▸

We Adapt. We Restore. We Survive – Reviving Tahltan Knowledge, Governance and Territory

In June 2019, Tahltan elders and leaders, members of Snowchange, representatives from The Gaia Foundation, Land is Life, ICCA Consortium and the IUCN came together in the heart of Tahltan Territory to learn from the elders, discuss current challenges, and explore the possibility of establishing ICCAs. Discover the story of this extraordinary meeting through the multimedia presentation created by The Gaia Foundation. Read more ▸

Koitajoki River Documented in a New Seining Film

“Koitajoki”, a documentary film, has been released by Snowchange, Member of ICCA Consortium; the community of Ala-Koita fishermen; PrettyGoodProductions; and the Interreg SHAPE project. It focuses on an iconic, but highly endangered cultural fishery in Karelia: river seining. Read more ▸

¡Agua Blanca es Territorio de Vida!

Agua Blanca es la primera comunidad en el Ecuador y en Sudamérica que toma la decisión de registrarse en la base mundial de TICCAs del Centro Mundial de Monitoreo de la Conservación. Localizada en la costa, esta comunidad fue acompañada por ALDEA, Miembro del Consorcio. Read more ▸