COP-26: Indigenous Land Rights must be honored now in order to help mitigate climate change!

Barbara Crane Navarro

Txai Suruí

«Indigenous peoples are on the frontline of the climate emergency and we must be at the center of the decisions happening here. We have ideas for postponing the end of the world.»

  • Txai Suruí, 24-year-old Indigenous Brazilian activist

Txai Suruí added that the schedules announced at the COP-26 negotiating table by government officials for reducing carbon emissions and decreasing the use of fossil fuels were totally inadequate.

«We are going to curb the emissions of lying and irresponsible promises, we are going to end the pollution of empty promises and we are going to fight for a livable future and present.

It’s not in 2030 or 2050,» she emphasized, «It’s now.»

Nemonte Nenquimo is an Indigenous activist of the Waorani nation from the Amazonian Region of Ecuador

The Amazon Rainforest is Earth’s largest tropical forest and essential to the regulation of the climate of the globe.

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