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Submitted by Kenn Rapp on

Ede, Maninder, Luis Felipe: This is a very well put together piece, with a lot of useful facts. There are large numbers of people exhibiting indigenous characteristics who are not recognized as such, especially in South and East Asia, leading to the possibility that the number of IPs worldwide is considerably higher, as is the amount of forest carbon stored in the territories that they control.

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