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Owners of the Forest

Comunidade atua na floresta pela conservação da biodiversidade

Location

Mexico

Lançado

December 2016

Duração

6:58

Tags
  • Biodiversity
  • Mexico
  • Participatory-made film
  • Sustainable Agriculture

A new model of conservation is emerging. It is one that values the role of local communities and reconciles protecting biodiversity with the use and management of resources. In the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Michoacán, communities play a vital role in conservation efforts and several have been recognised with awards for their work. However, these communities need to be better supported to manage conservation efforts and receive direct access to funding in order to protect their forests most effectively.

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