Paris Agreement goals impossible without decisive action to protect forests rights
When indigenous rights are recognised and enforced, communities successfully manage their forests - and make crucial contributions to climate change mitigation.
Map could aid fight by indigenous people for Central America land
The map bolsters the argument that indigenous people are critical to protecting natural resources
Thai villagers seek answers to disappearance of land rights activist
Den Kamlae was fighting for legal title to land in Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary
Land rights at root of palm oil conflict in Liberia, campaigners say
Residents of areas leased as concessions to foreign investors are often evicted without rights to compensation
Land titles for farmers help cut Brazil's forest loss - scientist
Farmers would be more inclined to adopt environmentally friendly methods if they were given formal tenure or ownership of land
Kazakh leader evokes Ukraine as land protests spread
Protests in Kazakhstan were sparked by fears that land reforms will allow foreigners to take over farmland
On a bus, South Africans claim back land taken under apartheid
Initiative to contact victims of racially motivated land dispossession and help them claim back their land
Hands off our island, Australia: Norfolk residents fight "re-colonisation"
The island's residents - many of them descendants of mutineers from HMS Bounty - have presented a petition to UN accusing Australia of 'recolonisation'
Landless quake victims missing out as Nepal rebuilds, Oxfam says
Thousands deprived of funds to rebuild because they do not own land or cannot prove they owned the land where they lived
Peruvian potato farmer is among six Goldman environmental prize winners
Peruvian farmer's five-year land rights campaign eventually led to suspension of $4.8 billion mining project