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Cultural Survival attended COP 27 In Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt in November 2022.
In this radio program, we interviewed Ian Fry, the Special Rapporteur On Climate Change.
Produced by Dev Kumar Sunuwar (Sunuwar)
Interviewee: Ian Fry
Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

In this radio program, Cultural Survival speaks to Edna Kaptoyo from Kenya. Edna talks about how important it is to call for action now.
Produced by Shaldon Ferris (Khoisan)
Interviewee: Edna Kaptoyo (Pokot)
Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

In this radio program, Cultural Survival speaks to Aeshoutou Manu from Cameroon, and she details how Climate Change affects the Mbororo Indigenous Peoples.
Produced by Dev Kumar Sunuwar (Sunuwar)
Interviewee:Aminatu Gambo (Mbororo)
Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission.

La Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático, COP 27, es un espacio donde se aborda a profundidad el tema de cambio climático.

Cultural Survival reitera la importancia de que los Pueblos Indígenas tengan la misma participación que los estados miembros en esta conferencia, es decir, que tengan una participaciones efectiva con derecho a voz y voto en las distintas mesas de negociación.

La Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático de 2022, mas conocida como COP 27, se esta llevando a cabo del 6 al 18 de noviembre en Egipto.

En esta conferencia se discute sobre las urgentes acciones frente al cambio climático, ya que el mundo vive una de las mayores crisis energética sin precedentes. Cultural Survival reitera la importancia del acceso de los Pueblos Indígenas a la misma participación con derecho a voz y voto en las mesas de negociación que los estados nación en la COP27.

La Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático de 2022, mas conocida como COP 27, se esta llevando a cabo del 6 al 18 de noviembre en Egipto.

En esta conferencia se discute sobre las urgentes acciones frente al cambio climático, ya que el mundo vive una de las mayores crisis energética sin precedentes. Cultural Survival reitera la importancia del acceso de los Pueblos Indígenas a la misma participación con derecho a voz y voto en las mesas de negociación que los estados nación en la COP27.

In this radio program, former Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples James Anaya discusses the importance of the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties, as a process to combat climate change.
Produced by Dev Kumar Sunuwar (Sunuwar)
Interviewee: James Anaya  (Apache and Purépecha)
Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

 

In this radio program, Johnson Cerda discusses the Glasgow Climate Pact and how some elements of the pact such as adaptation, mitigation, and loss and damage are really important to Indigenous Peoples.

Produced by Shaldon Ferris(Khoisan)
Interviewee: Johnson Cerda (Kichwa)
Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

In this radio program, Cultural Survival speaks to Aeshoutou Manu from Cameroon, and she details how Climate Change affects the Mbororo Indigenous Peoples.
Produced by Dev Kumar Sunuwar (Sunuwar)
Interviewee: Aeshoutou Manu (Mbororo)
Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

In this radio interview, Cultural Survival talks to the former co-chair of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change. They discuss the history of COP.
Produced by Dev Kumar Sunuwar (Sunuwar)
Interviewee: Pasang Dolma-Sherpa (Sherpa)
Music: "LIBRES Y VIVAS by MARE ADVETENCIA, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

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