Indigenous Inuit people meaningfully engage in an environmental and social impact assessment of a mine.
Members of the Indigenous reserve are working on environmental restoration practices, with no support from the government.
Zenú women use their front patios in a variety of ways to promote indigenous knowledge, biodiversity and food security.
Young indigenous people accept their role as as inheritors of the land by creating solutions to environmental problems.
To reduce urban migration in Pgaz K'Nyau youth, young people are given the opportunity to create community social enterprises.
Affected communities come together to protect their mangrove forests from an extremely damaging shrimp project.
In Canada, through the Pathways Initiative, indigenous peoples and governments establish Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs).
After invasion, colonialism and dispossession, the Gunditjmara of Australia regain control over their right to their cultural heritage.