PUBLIC NOTES AND ALERTS
On urgent protection of the Cerrado and the other natural ecosystems
We, from the Brazil’s Indigenous People Articulation (APIB) and the National Coordination of Articulation of Rural Black Quilombola Communities (CONAQ) emphasise our position in defence of all natural ecosystems in Brazil.
COP27: Demarcating Land and Minds for the future of the planet
Apib note to the new Lula Government and the world
COP27: APIB takes its demands for Indigenous Land recognition to Egypt and reinforces climate change agenda for Lula Government
The conference comes after Lula’s victory in the presidential elections, placing Brazil back on the climate agenda
Apib calls upon respect for indigenous rights and inclusion of all biomes in the eu regulation for deforestation-free products
On September 13th, the European Parliament will vote on the Proposal for a regulation on deforestation-free products (FERC law), also called the Deforestation-free products law. APIB has been following the construction of the legislation since 2020 as it has some gaps that prevent from guaranteeing the effective protection of Indigenous Peoples against the pressure of commodity production.
Apib demands in the European Parliament the inclusion of all Brazilian biomes in the new deforestation-free law of the European Union
Indigenous people from all over Brazil struggle for Federal Supreme Court (STF) to end the threat of the Milestone Thesis
Message to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the urgency of approving the European anti-deforestation law
Investment funds injected US$ 54.1 billion into mining companies with interests in Indigenous territories in the Amazon
World Leaders Summit: Indigenous peoples and local communities should be part of announced financial mechanisms to secure land tenure in the fight against climate change
The Global Alliance of Territorial Communities issues a statement calling for a stronger commitment to land tenure as a key climate solution .
Tarumã Declaration: Statement on the climate crisis by the Indigenous Peoples of the Brazilian Amazon
The struggle of Indigenous Peoples is a global one!