publications and reports
PRISMA’s report: Conservation and Community Rights: Lessons from Mesoamerica The world´s richest biodiversity can be found in the forests, waters and farms of indigenous peoples and local communities across the world. The Rainforest Foundation’s latest publication is a collaboration with PRISMA and Clark University.
Peru at the Climate CrossroadsFrom degradation to conservation: Saweto’s struggle to save their forest and land
Where the River Hides: Social conflict around land, protected areas and sacred sites in highland GuatemalaThe conflicts between indigenous peoples and government agencies over the benefits flowing from a sacred site that is used by the government for national and international tourism.
Grant Agreement between The Norwegian Agency for Development
Cooperation and Rainforest Foundation US, IncProtecting forest through protecting rights in guyana