Bikin National park is unique in its management system that includes indigenous and non-indigenous groups.
Water hyacinth plants inhibit canoe travel and fishing practices, so local communities have found innovative ways to use it.
Defining Inuit hunting, gathering, fishing and water policies is vital for thier food sovereignty and security.
A revitalisation plan has helped Colombian indigenous communities recover and strengthen their traditional knowledge.
Wampis Nation leaders hope an autonomous government will give them political strength to protect their territory from extractivism.
The Whanganui river is the ancestor to its people, and legal person status means it must be treated as an indivisible whole.