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A climate solution that also lifts Indigenous rights.
Douglas Fischer/Daily Climate

A climate solution that also lifts Indigenous rights.

Deep questions about justice run through these United Nations talks underway here in Bonn. Few run deeper than Indigenous rights.

BONN – Addressing climate change has always involved far more than simply trimming emissions or promoting renewable energy.

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