Minawa, President of the Federation of the Hunakui People, from Acre, Brazil, at a workshop about REDD at the Peoples Summit Rio+20, Rio de Janeiro. Photo: Berenice Sanchez
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Tagged as acre, indigenous peoples, REDD, Rio +20
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