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Support for the constitution of the Indigenous Peoples' Platform for Climate Change (IPPCC)

This action aims to establish intercultural dialogue on climate change through the implementation of the Indigenous Climate Platform of Peru.

This milestone will make Peru a pioneer in the recognition of indigenous knowledge and practices that contribute to the integrated management of climate change, as established in the Paris Agreement.

This space will serve to value, recognise, and disseminate indigenous knowledge and practices that contribute to the integrated management of climate change in the country. It also fulfils one of the most important commitments made by the Ministry of the Environment (MINAM) in the process of Prior Consultation which, through Ministerial Resolution No. 358-2019-MINAM, determined the formation of the Sectoral Working Group that will allow the development of the Indigenous Climate Platform.

Indigenous Climate Platform

Expected Results

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Participation

The establishment of the Indigenous Climate Platform will guarantee the collective rights of indigenous peoples, incorporating them into the formulation of public policies, as well as mitigation and adaptation measures that contribute to the implementation of the nationally determined contributions, and thus be part of the comprehensive management of climate change in an integrated and holistic manner.
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Co-Management

The establishment of the Indigenous Climate Platform will make it possible to strengthen the relationship between the State and the Indigenous Peoples, under the framework of the integrated management of climate change.

Participants

Implementation

Countries

Highlights

Communication

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+32 (0) 2 710 19 37
info@euroclimaplus.org

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