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Pastaza province, Indigenous groups collaborate on forest conservation

Published on April 12, 2022
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pastaza province, located in Ecuador’s Amazon, has implemented a $52 million sustainable development plan working with Indigenous nations that includes their ancestral practices, knowledge, and life plans. The plan relies on curtailing dependence on oil and mining projects for economic development and implementing chakras, an ancestral agroforestry system, and conservation projects […]

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