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INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – More than 3,000 leaders from government and business participated in the World Economic Forum. A new report was released by the forum, “Embedding Indigenous Knowledge in the Conservation and Restoration of Landscapes.” That report found that Indigenous communities are already a part of the solution. “Evidence shows that Indigenous custodianship, where it’s been able to be maintained, has a direct benefit to the environment,” the report states. About 32 percent of the world’s mappable territories are still owned or governed by Indigenous people and local communities. Of that, 65 percent are considered in good ecological condition.

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