A study which "aims to decipher the gendered impact of climate change in adivasi/indigenous societies Three sources are drawn upon for this study: (1) in Asia, and increase understanding of how these available materials (both published and are exacerbated by structural shifts in adivasi unpublished) on gender dimensions of climate socio-economic systems resulting from their change, (2) the author's experience of working colonial history, more recent efforts at with adivasi and indigenous peoples in India, privatization, and gendered roles within the China, and several countries in South East Asia, adivasi communities."
Report of the summit held on 24-27 February 2009 in Bali Rani Hotel, Bali, Indonesia.
Results of Workshop Group A during the Asia Summit on Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples, Bali, Indonesia, 24-27 February 2009.
Laudato Si' of the Holy Father Francis on Care for the Common Home.
A guide designed to provide indigenous peoples the basic information on climate change and its relationship to the rights to lands, territories and resources, right to culture and to self-determination, including the right to development of indigenous peoples.
Key demands of the IIPFCC with States on the UNFCCC Negotiations, Bonn, Germany, 17 October 2015.
Contains results of researches on the impacts of climate change on indigenous women and on the roles of indigenous women in traditional forest ecosystem and resource management.
Comments and recommendations of indigenous peoples and support organizations on the modalities for selection, activities and role of observers and active observers in the Board of the Green Climate Fund, 21 March 2012.
Statement of the women gathered together on 18-21 November 2010 in Manila, Philippines for the “Global Conference on Indigenous Women, Climate Change and REDD Plus.”
Agreement adopted by 195 countries during the 21st Conference of Parties, November 30-December 12, 2015, Paris, France.
Report of the the Indigenous People’s Global Summit on Climate Change held in Anchorage, Alaska, from 20 – 24 April 2009.
A submission to the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention Climate Change participating in the 9th Conference of Parties in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Declaration of the Indigenous representatives from the Arctic, North America, Asia, Pacific, Latin America, Africa, Caribbean and Russia met in Anchorage, Alaska for the Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change on 20-24 April, 2009.