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Meeting Report | Partnering with Indigenous Communities: Session 4 of the Brazil-U.S. Dialogue on Sustainability and Climate Change

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Over the course of the fourth meeting of the Brazil-U.S. Dialogue on Sustainability and Climate Change, three major policy recommendations emerged to better support and catalyze the active participation of Indigenous peoples as partners in the fight against climate change, which is as essential as it is often overlooked.

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