Over 80% of the world's biodiversity is in lands managed by indigenous people, who make up just 5% of the global population. As this collections of films show, we have much to learn from the way in which indigenous people around the world work within nature's boundaries.
Indigenous people account for just 5% of the world's population yet they are guardians of 25% of the world's land mass and 85% of its surviving biodiversity.
The buffalo holds a central place in both the ecosystem and the culture of North America's grasslands
Sustainable Spices Initiative
Improving soil health and biodiversity in India, the world's largest producer of spices