According to UNEP, there are around 370 million indigenous peoples in the world. They occupy up to 22 percent of the global land area. Globally, indigenous communities have been among the most severely impacted by climate change. In this episode, Sydney Males Muenala from Ecuador talks about the need for the Amazon community, indigenous people, and the Sierra regions to work together to create an international impact in the fight against climate change.
“We are going to connect with the Amazon people, with the Amazon community people, indigenous people, and the Sierra regions, because we need to work together and do this project, we need to have the impact, international impact, national impact, and local impact”, says Sydney Males Muenala.