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On both sides: Indigenous communities along the Peru-Brazil border

For the indigenous peoples of Acre, having secure territories is the basis for establishing sustainable development strategies. They are now struggling to promote coherent policies that reinforce what has already been achieved, and as OPIAC president Francisca de Oliveira de Lima Costa puts it, it simply does not make sense to separate economic, environmental and education politics from each other. They are all intertwined.

Year: 2015

From collection: State of the Rainforest

Cartographer: GRID-Arendal

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