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  • 1. Hellin, Jon
    et al.
    Fisher, Eleanor
    Ng'endo, Mary
    Loboguerrero, Ana Maria
    Ohenjo, Nyang'ori
    Rose, Sabrina
    Enhancing Indigenous Peoples' Participation in Climate Policy Processes2024In: PLOS Climate, Vol. 3, no 4, p. 1-4Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Emphasises the importance of a granular approach to climate justice and indigenous peoples' participation in climate policy processes. A more explicit focus on context specific understanding of social equity allows for greater participation of the most vulnerable within Indigenous communities. This necessitates attention to historical and contemporary relations of power and oppression, ones that frame the lives of indigenous peoples' worldwide. By implication, it mitigates the dangers of maladaptation within these communities and gives greater credence to the pledge to leave no one behind. The importance of social equity highlights a key research develoipment and evidence gap ahead of the 2024 Conference of the Parties (COP) of the UNFCCC (COP29).

  • 2. Petesch, Patti
    et al.
    Fisher, Eleanor
    Ebenstål Almeida, Olivia
    Hellin, Jon
    Building Locally-led Climate Adaptation: Rural Kenyan Youth Perspectives on Equity and Resilience2024Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [en]

    A study of the perspectives of young indigenous men and women in rural communities in Kenya shows that strong institutions for local governance, inclusive decision-making and collective action are key for social equity and climate adaptation. To achieve this, we need to: (1) invest in the capacities of stakeholders to promote locally-led climate and equity initiatives; (2) promote young women’s and men’s leadership and networks, together with intergenerational exchange of experiences; and (3) build strategies and partnerships that are responsive to locally-identified youth needs.

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